From: Paul Askins (paul.askins at domain analog.com)
Date: Wed 19 Jul 2000 - 09:38:51 IST
In linux you can mount your dos disk using the mount command,
mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/c
make sure the /mnt/c directory exists and replace hda1 with whatever your win98
disk is. Then you can read all your Win98 files from /mnt/c.
If your trying to write to the linux partition from Win98 then I think your out
of luck. There is a program for reading ext2 partitions in Windows but it's
write capability is flakey to say the least. This program was on a recent PC
Plus cd IIRC. I think it was called ext2win or something to that effect.
On 18-Jul-00 Jerry Boyko wrote:
hi all, quick question from a newbie to linux
can I copy files or directories directly from win98 to my home directory in
if so how do you do it?
any and all help greatly appreciated
-- Paul Askins <:) Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at domain adbvdesign.analog.com> Date: 19-Jul-00, 09:33:50 Smile they said, life could be worse. So I did, and it was.
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