% tpcp device fits-fileHere device is the tape device. Typically it is something like
/dev/nrst0. Note that you should always use the ``raw, non-rewinding devices'' - that is devices whose names start with nr. The output is fits-file.
To write a FITS file to tape, use
% tpcp -b 2880 fits-file deviceThis causes an unblocked FITS file to be written (record length of 2880 bytes).
To move the tape to the end-of-tape, use
% mt -f device eomTo skip forward n files, use
% mt -f device fsf nand to rewind, use
% mt -f device rewind