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© December 2003 (various)

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I can't access my Windows 9x FAT32 partition from the SCO Unix one!

FAT32 partition files cannot be access with the doscmd(C) commands (doscp, dosdir); you can install the mtools package from the Skunkware CD-ROM which is able to do the trick. Alternatively download tha latest version from: ftp://linux.wauug.org/pub/knaff/mtools and compile it yourself

Roberto Zini

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