I have a question:
Before our network server became Linux (with Samba) we used to run
Win95 on it. My father (who is blind) used the DOS part of Win95's
networking program "Net".
Now that all communication is going across TCP/IP - he is left out of
everything, since apparantly the "Net' program only loads NETBIOS, IPX
and NETBEUI (even though TCP/IP is configured and functioning in the
So, I have some questions.. is it possible to load the TCP/IP part of
win95 (with undocumented commands?) If not, is there a - cheapish -
DOS TCP/IP set of programs that would let him login to the server, and
map DOS drive letters to the Linux server? A true DOS-telnet and FTP
program would be great too. I've looked across the Net, but there
doesn't seem to be much around for DOS anymore.
I would rather use the TCP that is in win95, so it works best with the
I feel kind of guilty having basically kicked him out of the loop, by
installing Linux. Can anyone help?
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