Subject: Re: Formatters
To: None <>
From: Ken Nakata CS major/CIS dept. <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 04/04/1994 09:56:33
>Date: Sun, 3 Apr 1994 22:44:42 -0500 (CDT)
>From: "Thomas E. Fritz" <>
>Cc: Kevin Wilson 315-456-1404 <>,
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>> > I know this is getting redundant but I've lost or discarded the info
>> > on where a "GOOD" Format/Partioning tool is on the net for the Mac.
>> > It looks like I may need it to fix my swap problem.
>> I'm not aware of any freeware/shareware/public-domain/whatever
>> formatters/partitioning tools.  It would be nice to have one,
>> but the only ones I've seen have come with drives or cases.  So,
>> who wants to write one?  ;-)
>There is a formatter on which might fix your problem.
>I don't know if it's free to the public, it was writen by APS Technologies.

Yes, and it's on another anon-ftp site, too.  I scanned the doc came
with it but I did *not* find anything saying it's either freeware,
shareware or public domain...  I wonder why it's on anon-ftp, hmmm.

Aside from its lisencing, it's a fine formatting/partitioning program.

Ken Nakata