Re: can Linux r/w Windoze FAT32?
Harmon Sequoya Nine wrote:
> Unless its changed in the past few months, Linux can read and write to
> dos/windows 95 partitions without a problem. There are two ways. The
> first is with the "mtools" (do a "man mtools" to get more info), although
> this is usually only with a floppy.
> The second way is to mount the win95 partition using:
> mount -t vfat /dev/??? /mountDir
> This should work like a charm. Let me know if it doesn't ...
> -- Harmon
Do you realise that FAT32 is different from FAT16?
Only OEM WIN95 supports FAT32!