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Manual Reference Pages  -  MTOOLSFM (1)

NAME

mtoolsfm - graphical user interface to the mtools diskette package for UNIX

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Diagnostics
Authors

SYNOPSIS

mtoolsfm [--nosysconf] [--nouserconf] [--nosave] [--help] [--debug]

DESCRIPTION

The mtoolsfm is a gtk-based graphical user interface for the mtools(1) package for reading and writing DOS-format diskettes on UNIX systems. The control bar at the top of the tool provides "File," "Options," and "Help" functions, and the application is stopped by selecting "File -> Quit."

OPTIONS

--nosysconf
  Do not attempt to read system-wide configuration in /usr/local/etc/mtoolsfm.conf.
--nouserconf
  Do not read user config file in ~/.mtoolsfm.
--nosave
  Do not save configuration in ~/.mtoolsfm when terminating.
--help Display a help message.
--debug -v
  Print debugging messages to stdout.

CONFIGURATION FILE

User-based and system-wide configuration files control the behavior of mtoolsfm. The values in this file are set by selecting "Options -> Configure mtoolsfm/..." from the control var at the top of the tool. You can set references to the diskette drives available on the local system.

FILES

/usr/local/bin/mtoolsfm
  executable
/usr/local/bin
  directory containing mtools(1) binaries
~/.mtoolsfm
  User-based initialization file
/usr/local/etc/mtoolsfm.conf
  System-wide initialization file

DIAGNOSTICS

Diagnostics appear in a little textfield at the bottom of the main window. Error messages are displayed when a known error occurs.

SEE ALSO

eject(1), mtools(1), vold(1)

AUTHORS

Version 1.9 by Christian Ospelkaus (christian@core-coutainville.org). This software comes with absolutely no warranty; This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under the conditions outlined in the source package file COPYING. UNIX manual page by R. P. C. Rodgers, Lister Hill National Center for Biomeidcal Communications, U.S. National Library of Medicine (rodgers@nlm.nih.gov).
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