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    mda
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    Meatball - can we have the url to DRdos plz?

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    Sorry I took so long...I don't check this forum as often...the url is http://www.lineo.com/products/drdos.html ...hope it works for ya...

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    does anyone know if dr dos supports long file names?

    i dont really want to go through all my mp3's just to see if they have id3 tags or not (i suppose i could write something to do it for me though but i would rather not mess with it if i didnt have to)

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    I just installed it last night, and noticed that it does support FAT32 and networking. I'll post back later today on the long filenames when I work on it some more...

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    Yes, caldera doens´t offer DRDOS anymore. This is curious, because DRDOS changed his owner now the third time (Novell->Caldera->Lineo)

    Ok, for long-filename support try this one :
    LFN Tools v1.36 (http://odi.webjump.com)
    I never tested it, but i think i should work ;]
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    I have a computer running linux where i store my mp3's. Need to access my mp3box that is running DOS 7.10 to send my files from linux to dos. Could you guys help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TourniqueT
    I have a computer running linux where i store my mp3's. Need to access my mp3box that is running DOS 7.10 to send my files from linux to dos. Could you guys help me?
    Talk about resurrecting a long-dead thread... 6 years old? Wow.

    If you Google DOS NETWORKING you should get some helpful guides. I'll warn you now: networking in DOS is a royal pain in the ***. It can be done, but's about as much fun as root canal surgery with no anesthetic while someone else yanks your toenails out with pliers and yet another person stabs a red-hot icepick into your navel.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Thanks for the advice, but i really need to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert
    Talk about resurrecting a long-dead thread... 6 years old? Wow.

    If you Google DOS NETWORKING you should get some helpful guides. I'll warn you now: networking in DOS is a royal pain in the ***. It can be done, but's about as much fun as root canal surgery with no anesthetic while someone else yanks your toenails out with pliers and yet another person stabs a red-hot icepick into your navel.

    your discription brings back fond memorys....

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    ndis drivers can be a bit tricky. This may help : http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/dosclien.htm
    Old Systems retired due to new car
    New system at design/prototype stage on BeagleBoard.

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