I have used Midnight File Manager to copy files to a floppy. The floppy was formatted from Linux with fdformat /dev/fd0H1440. before I formatted the floppy, there was a boot floppy in the drive, which I removed before working with this new floppy. I then copied several files to the /mnt/floppy, but something told me when I exceeded what could possibly fit onto the floppy, that I may not be writing to the floppy. Now, I can go to the floppy and see the files, yet they are not on the actual floppy disk. I wantto transport these files to my other Linux box. How can I be sure I am writing to the floppy? These are RedHAt rpm's which I downloaded from RedHats ftp site. Also, what command can I use to compress the files right to the floppy, and possibly span seveeral floppy disks with big files?