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Here is a rudimentary documentation for the GNU tape (or disk) archiver. It covers the release 1.11.6. See section Preface.
This document has been quickly assembled from random notes, and has not even been revised. I will of course accept documentation bug reports, but please do not torture yourself into systematically reporting all inadequacies.
You can use the GNU tape archiver,
There is a manual in the works (by another team) which should say everything about
archives and related utilities. I want to make it clear that in no way, this document is
meant to replace the incoming manual, which should take over when it will be published.
This document is merely a placeholder for a program option list and a few random collected
So, at least for now, this manual describes the GNU tape archiver,
For the time being, please report problems or suggestions about this program directly to . I will of course accept documentation bug reports, but please do not torture yourself into systematically reporting all inadequacies of this document.
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