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9.5. Summary

Here's a list of the commands involving file backup:

Table 9-1. New commands in chapter 9: Backup

Command Meaning
bzip2 A block-sorting file compressor.
cdrecord Record audio or data Compact Disks from a master.
dd Convert and copy a file
fdformat Low-level formats a floppy disk.
gpg Encrypt and decrypt data.
gzip Compress or expand files.
mcopy Copy MSDOS files to/from UNIX.
mdir Display an MSDOS directory.
mformat Add an MSDOS file system to a low-level formatted floppy disk.
mkbootdisk Creates a stand-alone boot floppy for the running system.
mount Mount a file system (integrate it with the current file system by connecting it to a mount point).
rsync Synchronize directories.
tar Tape archiving utility, also used for making archives on disk instead of on tape.
umount Unmount file systems.
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