Request for a K3B enhancement... multiple disk data splitting.

g geleem at
Sat Jun 26 16:27:24 UTC 2010

Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

> Apples and oranges. Tar and rpm are not directly comparable.

true. i was thinking zip. my fingers and eyes were not listening.

> I've never liked cpio (you use what you know) but that's a matter of
> personal preference.

if you did any backing up with tape, you would use cpio.


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