DDS4 Tape Drive Access under cygwin

Mazzotta, Paul
Mon Mar 8 22:40:00 GMT 2004

	Thank You so much for your help !

	This is exactly what I was looking for !

	I actually looked in the User's Guide but I
	must have been too hasty as I missed this section.

			Thanks again,
				Paul :-)

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Hall []
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 1:31 PM
To: Mazzotta, Paul; ''
Subject: Re: DDS4 Tape Drive Access under cygwin

At 01:18 PM 3/8/2004, you wrote:
>    To Whom it may concern;
>    What mnemonic is used for a DDS4 tape drive
>    under cygwin ?  I know for Sun Solaris it is generally
>    /dev/rmt/0.  What I am trying to do is read/write a DDS4
>    using a a DDS4 tape drive under cygwin.  For Solaris, I
>    would use something like the command:
>        tar cvf /dev/rmt/0 pathname/filename
>    Under cygwin what would /dev/rmt/0 likely be known as ?
>    I am using Windows 2000 as my PC Operating System.
>    Thank You for your help !

See the User's Guide:


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