From: Paul Askins (paul.askins at domain analog.com)
Date: Tue 08 May 2001 - 10:15:05 IST
If I understand the question correctly, you want to downalod the file using
Windows NT (to your C: drive I presume). If you do this, then you need to
mount this drive in Linux so as to copy the file across. If NT is on an NTFS
partition then mount it with something like
mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/winnt
You'll need kernel support for NTFS file systems (this module is included in
most distros). It's also recommended to mount read-only as NTFS write support
is unstable. If it's a fat partition, then change the -t ntfs to -t vfat.
Then you can copy the downloaded file to your home dir by
cp /mnt/winnt/file.gz ~/
On 08-May-2001 Grahame Newell wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I have installed linux on a second partition on my HD. I have an isdn
> adapter, so need to download the isdn4linux toolkit.
> As the linux partition is not configured for ISDN, is there anyway to
> download the .gz to the NT partition and copy it across to the linux
> partition other than multi floppies
-- Paul Askins <:) Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at domain adbvdesign.analog.com> Date: 08-May-2001, 10:08:24 If it takes a man a week to walk a fortnite, how many apples in a barrell of pears?
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