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Re: Tape devices - erst0?



thanks, it does. I was looking for a man page on rst (found nothing), and
didn't do a "man st".


At 02:54 PM 5/15/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>From the "st" manpage:
>
>FILES
>     /dev/[n][e]rst[0-9]  general form:
>     /dev/rst0            Mode 0, rewind on close
>     /dev/nrst0           Mode 2, No rewind on close
>     /dev/erst0           Mode 3, Eject on close (if capable)
> 
>enrst would be eject AND no re-wind :)
>
>Hope that helps!
>
>-Jon
>
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>On Fri, 15 May 1998, Mark Castillo wrote:
>
>:Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 14:37:50 -0700
>:From: Mark Castillo <markc@relationships.com>
>:To: misc@openbsd.org
>:Subject: Tape devices - erst0?
>:
>:What are the tape devices erst0 and enrst0 for?
> 

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