> I am trying to make my WIN95 partition visible to Linux. I don't
> know Linux support FAT32 file system or not. I guess it does!
> But when I try to use " mount -t FAT32 /dev/hda1 /mnt/dos", I was
> warned that this kind of file system is not supported!
You should use the filesystem type vfat just like on a Win95 FAT16
drive. The numbers of bits is automatically detected and dealt with as
long as FAT32 support is in your kernel. So, mount like this:
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/dos
Quote:> Then I use "make xconfig" to check if the kernel really support FAT32
> or not. I found that FAT32 is "module support" by kernel.
> What can I do? Should I recompile the kernel?
If the above doesn't work, go ahead and recompile the kernel, then make
sure that you compile and install the modules like this:
Or, in make xconfig set FAT32 support to be compiled directly into the
kernel instead of as a module, and simply recompile the kernel.
If you still have troubles after that, install a fresh copy of the
current kernel source from ftp.kernel.org and reinstall the FAT32 patch