> I have a video driver on a Dos disk. How can I convert the Dos file to the
> Linux file structure so that I can use "cp" or "mv" to place the file in the
> /tmp directory from a mounted floppy.
> I understand that mtools can take a file from Linux to Dos file structure,
> how about for the reverse process?
You can mount a DOS filesystem like msdos, vfat or umsdos within Linux
easily. You can copy/write them too with no problems. From floppies - they
are just a mounted filesystem in your directory tree. Now to get the driver to
run... that is another thing. Your driver is designed for DOS/Windows - it
ain't agonna work in Linux. (Maybe inside of Bochs or VirtualPC maybe or even
DOS in a BOX)
Same to you and whatever you meant by that!
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