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TAPEFS(4)		   Kernel Interfaces Manual		     TAPEFS(4)

NAME
       32vfs,  cpiofs, tapfs, tarfs, tpfs, v6fs, v10fs,	zipfs -	mount archival
       file systems

SYNOPSIS
       fs/32vfs	[ -b blocksize ] [ -m mountpoint ] [ -p	passwd ] [ -g group  ]
       file
       fs/cpiofs
       fs/tapfs
       fs/tarfs
       fs/tpfs
       fs/v6fs
       fs/v10fs
       fs/zipfs

DESCRIPTION
       These commands interpret	data from traditional tape or file system for-
       mats stored in file, and	mount their contents (read-only) into a	Plan 9
       file system.  The optional -p and -g flags specify Unix-format password
       (respectively group) files that give the	mapping	 between  the  numeric
       user-  and  group-ID  numbers  on the media and the strings reported by
       Plan 9 status inquiries.	 The -m	flag introduces	the name at which  the
       new file	system should be attached; the default is /n/tapefs.

       32vfs interprets	raw disk images	of 32V systems,	which are ca. 1978 re-
       search Unix systems for the VAX (512 byte block size, the default), and
       also pre-FFS Berkeley VAX systems (1KB block size).

       Cpiofs interprets cpio tape images (constructed with cpio's c flag).

       Tarfs interprets	tar tape images.

       Tpfs  interprets	 tp  tapes  from the Fifth through Seventh Edition re-
       search Unix systems.

       Tapfs interprets	tap tapes from the pre-Fifth Edition era.

       V6fs interprets disk images from	the Fifth and Sixth  edition  research
       Unix systems (512B block	size).

       V10fs  interprets disk images from the Tenth Edition research Unix sys-
       tems (4KB block size).

       Zipfs interprets	zip archives (see

SOURCE
       These commands are constructed in a highly stereotyped  way  using  the
       files fs.c and util.c in	/src/cmd/tapefs, which in turn derive substan-
       tially from

SEE ALSO
								     TAPEFS(4)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SOURCE | SEE ALSO

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