Re: W95 access to Debian files..
In a message on deb-user (that's where this thread belongs) in
December, Bob Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Check out ext2tool_1_1.zip from sunsite.unc.edu or
> login.dknet.dk/pub/ct. It provides a collection of DOS
> programs that allow you to read a Linux ext2 file system
> from DOS.
At about the same time, Michael Tempsch <email@example.com>
> is always a good place to start.
> Look under File Systems/Tools and you'll find a link to FSDEXT2 which
> allows you to mount ext2 partitions read-only as a drive letter under W95.
> The actual link is http://www.globalxs.nl/home/p/pvs/
Possibly this is a newer version of the one you have.
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