"User Given Devices" is the work title of a still experimental feature of Kfloppy. It allows the user to give a device name and to use it nearly as if it was a floppy drive.
This feature is mainly intended as a work-around for users having USB floppy drives of any kind (including ZIP™ disk drives) or any other non-legacy floppy drives.
Unfortunately at the time of writing this documentation, the feature is not very user friendly, as it does not offer any help to the user on how a device is called and Kfloppy does not even remember the device name from call to call. (This is partially a security, as the device of the floppy drive might change between reboots.)
As this feature was developed under Linux®, the BSD™ version of Kfloppy offers less choices than Kfloppy under Linux®.