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I want a program which allow me to connect to linux from ms-dos
(but not to a server!)
I mean I have both linux and dos(windows) on my computer
and I want to have a linux window in ms dos
(I heard about a loadlin or something and I search on internet for it
I don't speak english very well so.....
anyway, if you have such a program (and if it is freeware!!!)please send it
Thank you for visiting my web page.(But the hard disk on my web server
has crashed ,so now I have to rewire the page. Gosh..)
Well, I couldn't understand what you exactly want to do ,but
in usual case loadlin is a software which boots linux and it runs under DOS.
Here you can get more information about loadlin.
After you boot linux with loadlin, DOS will vanish from computer memory
(because linux is running), so you can only see(read/write)
DOS partition on your hard disk.
(You may never run two OS on one computer at the same time.)
Because Linux supports FAT(16|32) file system ,you can mount DOS
partition by adding that information in /etc/fstab ,like
--------------- my /etc/fstab ------------------------
/dev/hda3 swap swap defaults 1 1
/dev/hda2 / ext2 defaults 1 1
/dev/hdb3 /usr ext2 defaults 1 1
/dev/hdb4 /home ext2 defaults 1 1
/dev/hda1 /dosc vfat defaults 1 1
/dev/hdb1 /dosd vfat rw,hard,intr,user,noauto 1 1
/dev/hdc /cdrom iso9660 ro,noauto,user,unhide 0 0
/dev/fd0 /floppy msdos ro,noauto,user,unhide 0 0
kkc1:/home1/was /home/washizu/.kkc nfs rw,hard,intr,user,noauto 0 0
none /proc proc defaults 1 1
/dosc and /dosd part is my DOS partition(C: and D: drive under Windows95).
In case /dosd ,you can mount with user(not root)permission. like
% mount /dosd
By using this method, I can browse(read|write) files under D: drive on
linux. It's easy way to share both partition.
But maybe ,that's not your question. ;-)
If your question
> and I want to have a linux window in ms dos
mean you want to browse linux partition on your hard disk,
which I worte up would be the reverse case .
To browse linux partition from Windows9x , there is a nice free
I've tried it, it looks like explorer(on Windows9x),and can browse
linux(ext2) partition , and can copy files from there.
But I'm afraid to write to ext2 partition from windows,
(because explore2fs is alpha release),I've not tried to do it.
One more problem is that , the homepage of explore2fs is not alive.
I don't know where to get explore2fs now.
So , I put the copy of the archive file on my web site.
If you want to try explore2fs , plese get it from this site.
If there was some problem to download , plese contact me.
> I don't speak english very well so.....
Me too. :-)
Could I help you?