swap default boot floppy drive
fdswap [ on|off ]
fdswap tells the CMOS to swap the default floppy drive
used to read boot information at boot time. For example, if your
computer defaults to read boot information on drive A, fdswap on
changes the default drive to drive B.
fdswap with no arguments reports the current fdswap state,
on or off. fdswap off switches the drive setting back to the default
configuration. Changing the drives take effect on the next boot of the system.
Support for this functionality is only available on a small number of machines.
The ROMs must recognize and interpret the CMOS flag
that specifies that the floppy drives are swapped.
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003