> "Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)" wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Quickie for someone :o)
> > What's the best way to split a tar.gz over a number of floppies for use
> > sneakernet connection to my home machine. It'll have to involve NT
> > as that's what's on the desktop here (Solaris boxes are available to
> > the files if needed)
>> 'man split' is everything you'll need on the Solaris side, and you can
> use the 'copy' command n the DOS CLI under NT to copy named files together
> in order to a named destination, using '+', IIRC.
copy /b a+b+c x
Might not need the /b but if NT is like DOS it may truncate the file if it
thinks it's a text file.
If you want to split on the NT machine and combine elsewhere, would pkzip
help? It can span disks, up to a certain size (still using pkzip 2.04g)
Apologies if this is just stating the obvious
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