My Data Technology Corporation IDE interface requires DOSEIDE.EXE to be run
from DOS before Windows or DOS can access the secondary hard drive or use the
VESA local bus. Since my CDROM is on /dev/hdc it's inaccesible from Linux (no
driver) and I thought that was that.
However, if I warm boot from DOS to Linux, "Looking for CDROM..." finds it!
Does this mean that DOSEIDE.EXE merely sets up the card for use? Or is a DOS
TSR somehow still running after a warm boot? What can I do from Linux to get
this to happen without going through MS-DOS first?
-John M. Vreeland
"He who dies with the most toys is dead."