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หัวข้อ : Please tell me how to access (just copy) files in Win95 from RedHat 5.0

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ชื่อ: CoCo
ส่งมาเมื่อวันที่ : 11 กรกฎาคม, 1998 at 02:51:13 [ ด้วย IP : 130.110.66.92 ]
หัวข้อ : Please tell me how to access (just copy) files in Win95 from RedHat 5.0
ด้วยข้อความที่ว่า:
Sorry that I can't type in Thai. Please help me Naa Kaa....

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ชื่อ: CoCo
ส่งเมื่อวันที่ : 11 กรกฎาคม, 1998 at 02:54:01 [ ด้วย IP 130.110.66.92 ]
หัวข้อ : Re: Please tell me how to access (just copy) files in Win95 from RedHat 5.0
ตอบว่า :
Sorry... I miss some words in my topic. The thing I wanna ask is:

"I have WIN95 partition, and when I use Linux, I want to copy some data files from WIN95 partition. How can I do that? "


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ชื่อ: pruet
ส่งเมื่อวันที่ : 11 กรกฎาคม, 1998 at 13:57:35 [ ด้วย IP 203.150.223.71 ]
หัวข้อ : Re: Please tell me how to access (just copy) files in Win95 from RedHat 5.0
ตอบว่า :
That partition is FAT16 or FAT32 ?
if FAT 16
try this
# cat /proc/filesystems

ext2
minix
nodev proc
iso9660
vfat

if it return value with "vfat" then you can mount Win95 partition (With long file name)
then,
# mount -t vfat /dev/hda4 /mnt
when hda1 is Win95 Partition (first partition in first harddisk)
then your win95 will be mounted in /mnt directory
if you have error please post that error here.


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ชื่อ: nume
ส่งเมื่อวันที่ : 12 กรกฎาคม, 1998 at 17:30:07 [ ด้วย IP 203.146.22.69 ]
หัวข้อ : Re: Please tell me how to access (just copy) files in Win95 from RedHat 5.0
ตอบว่า :
you can mount win95 partition by several ways.
1. you can config your RedHat to mount to this partition since you're setup it up for the first time by give the mount point (e.g. /win95 ) when asked by setup program ( i can't remember when or how it's look )
2. use mount command as k. pruet describe.
3. run startx in control panel box click on "File System Configuration" button then click on FSM menu select Add Mount you should get "Edit File System" dialog give these parameters in dialog
3.1 device : /dev/hda1 (or any other as your system is)
3.2 FS Type : msdos (if it's a FAT16 Partition)
3.3 Mount Point : /win95 (or any other you want to call it but you have to use mkdir command to create this subdirectory under root (/) directory first)
3.4 Mount Options : defaults
then click OK it should mount your win95 partition to sub /win95 check it out.
4. you can use emacs to edit file /etc/fstab ( WARNING!! this method is quite dangerous you have to know what are you doing )
let's say you open file /etc/fstab by emacs you should see something like this

#
# /etc/fstab
#
# You Shoukd be using fstool to edit this
#
#

/dev/hda3 / ext2 defaults 1 1
/dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom iso9660 noauto,ro 0 0
/dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy ext2 noauto 0 0
none /proc proc defaults
/dev/hda2 none swap sw

------------------------------------------------
then you can insert this line under /dev/hda3 (or any other that is your linux partition)

/dev/hda1 /win95 msdos defaults 0 0

then restart your machine you should see your win95 partition in subdirectory /win95

NOTE: you have to create sub /win95 before restart your machine

may be it have another way but these just the way i know

Hope this could help.. :)


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