> Hi. Dear friends. I ftped an unzip.exe and saved under my own
> directory. but whenever I execute it, the shell feedback is "command not
> found". How come? please. Thank lyou very much.
(in ~/.cshrc or other where appropriate) :
set path = ($path /my/home/directory/where_the_executable_is)
(from the command line ) :
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I'm trying to get my dos file compression utilities (zip, arj zoo, lha)
working under dosemu0.48. The executables are in hdimage, and they seem to
run fine, BUT....
The files I wish to uncompress are on a dos partition. If I allow
dosemu direct access to the dos partion (mounted under /usr/dos), it executes
and all is well provided no other linux process accessed /usr/dos aat the
same time. Now I'd prefer to access the dos partition through LINUX.EXE
so that I don't have to worry about other processes, but unzip or arj
etc. report an error that goes something like
Can't open <filename>.zip
Can't access <filename>.zip
or something to that effect. Any ideas on why I get this message?
The zip file is read write enabled, there is plenty of room in the
Do file compression utilities like zip bypass the bios when accessing
a disk? (under dos that is)