On Sun, 17 Dec 2000, Thomas B. Quillinan wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Sorry 'bout the OTishness
> One of the things I love about Linux is the ability to mount an image file as
> a device (using -o loop) and I was wondering, is there any way of getting
> the same functionality under doze?
There's a windows program called WinImage (http://www.winimage.com,
Shareware) that lets you manipulate floppy images and ISOs, and lets you
view supported images in a winzip type interface.
Plus, there's a port of mtools included in the precompiled version of
Bochs that ReactOS (http://www.reactos.com) distribute. Put the image name
into the conf file as drive A:, copy mtools.exe to the various commands
(mdir, mcopy, mcd etc) and you're set.
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