Wish it was that simple. We have this mil spec piece of hardware, that
creates the floppies, and all it knows is SCO. The other machines, yeah, I
know I can read and write dos floppies, but was just looking for a utility
that would make my life easier.
> You need to do it the other way round. Don't try to do the impossible and
> get NT to be flexible, that's what Unix exists for.
> Both SCO and Solaris happily read and write DOS formatted floppies.
> >yeah, I know, why bother. Unfortunately, we have a few (more than I'd
> >like) NT machines floating around, and we need to be able to read a UNIX
> >formatted floppy on the NT box. The floppies are formatted both in SCO
> >and Solaris file systems. Anybody know of any software for the NT side
> >that will allow the NT machines to read the floppies?
> >Mark Wendt