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gfloppy - a simple floppy formatter for the GNOME
or select Floppy Formatter from the System submenu of the Applications menu.
or right click on the floppy icon on your desktop and select Floppy Formatter
gfloppy is a simple floppy formatter for Linux. It supports the DOS format and the ext2
file system. In order to create DOS floppies you need to have the mtools package
For full documentation see the Floppy Formatter online help.
In addition to the standard GNOME options gfloppy supports the following one.
The device to format (instead of /dev/fd0).
Floppy Formatter was written by Jonathan Blandford (<firstname.lastname@example.org>).
This manual page was written by Jochen Voss <email@example.com>.
mformat(1), fdformat(8), superformat(8), and the fdutils info manual
gnome-utils 2.0.0 Aug 8 2002 gfloppy(1)
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