Index of /Distributions/UCB/2.11BSD_patch277

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[PARENTDIR] Parent Directory - [   ] PATCHLEVEL 1995-11-13 18:05 4 [   ] boot 1995-11-13 18:09 32K [   ] disklabel 1995-11-13 18:10 35K [   ] icheck 1995-11-13 18:12 31K [TXT] maketape.c 1995-11-13 18:21 2.1K [   ] maketape.data 1995-11-13 18:22 78 [   ] mkfs 1995-11-13 18:23 31K [   ] mtboot 1995-11-13 18:23 512 [DIR] new/ 1996-07-01 02:06 - [   ] restor 1995-11-13 18:24 33K [   ] root.dump 1995-11-13 18:41 4.2M [   ] setup.ascii 1995-11-13 18:43 188K [   ] setup.ps 1995-11-13 18:46 588K [   ] tape1.1.lst 1996-01-11 07:18 312K [   ] tape1.2.lst 1996-01-11 07:19 73K [   ] tape1.tar1 1995-11-13 20:22 30M [   ] tape1.tar2 1995-11-13 20:40 4.8M [   ] tape2.lst 1996-01-11 07:21 469K [   ] tape2.tar 1995-11-13 23:04 39M
	The format of a 2.11BSD boot tape is:

	File	Block		Content
	 #	 Size
	----	-----		-------
	 0	512		bootblock,bootblock,boot
	 1	1024		disklabel
	 2	1024		mkfs
	 3	1024		restor
	 4	1024		icheck
	 5	10240		root.dump
	 6	10240		tape1.tar1
	 7	10240		tape1.tar2
	 8	10240		tape2.tar1

	 The complete kit will fit on a TK50 (barely) or a 6250BPI 9-track.
	 Obviously a DAT (4mm) or 8mm tape will have no problem.

	 For TK25 or 1600BPI 9-track files 0 thru 7 go on volume 1 and
	 file 8 goes on a second volume by itself (it barely fits, be sure
	 you don't have a tape that's short of being a 2400' reel).

	 You can either use the 'maketape' program to write files 0 thru 4
	 on the tape or use a series of 'dd' commands.

	 To use 'maketape':

		cc -o maketape maketape.c
		./maketape /dev/nrmt0 maketape.data
		dd if=root.dump of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape1.tar1 of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape1.tar2 of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape2.tar of=/dev/rmt0 bs=10240c

	Using only 'dd':

		cat mtboot mtboot boot | dd of=/dev/nrmt0 obs=512 conv=osync
		foreach i (disklabel mkfs restor icheck)
		  dd if=${i} of=/dev/nrmt0 obs=1024 conv=osync
		end
		dd if=root.dump of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape1.tar1 of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape1.tar2 of=/dev/nrmt0 bs=10240c
		dd if=tape2.tar of=/dev/rmt0 bs=10240c

	The setup and installation documents are in the files 'setup.ascii'
	and 'setup.ps'.  The first file is plain ASCII text while the second
	is postscript suitable for sending to a laser printer or ghostview.