make an SCO bfs filesystem
mkfs.bfs creates an SCO bfs filesystem on a block device (usually a disk partition or a file accessed via the loop device).
The block-count parameter is the desired size of the filesystem, in blocks. If nothing is specified, the entire partition will be used.
-N,--inodesnumber Specify the desired number of inodes (at most 512). If nothing is specified, some default number in the range 48 is picked depending on the size of the partition.
-V,--vnamelabel Specify the volume label .I have no idea if/where this is used.
-F,--fnamename Specify the filesystem name .I have no idea if/where this is used.
-v,--verbose Explain what is being done.
-c This option is silently ignored.
-l This option is silently ignored.
-h,--help Display help text and exit.
-V,--version Display version information and exit. Option -V only works as --version when it is the only option.
The exit code returned by mkfs.bfs is 0 when all went well, and 1 when something went wrong.
The mkfs.bfs command is part of the util-linux package and is available from https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/.