>Is there a way to save a linux-file to a dos-diskette >in a
>(Say I wanted to show you guys a config-file or >something when I'm
>from an NT-box, not wanting to type the whole thing, >or I wanted to
>file from f. x. StarOffice with me to work...)
>Please don't flame a pitiful 'nix newbie. I'm really >trying to learn,
>already love the efficiency of linux compared to my >horrible WinNT
>work (breaks down several times a day...)
I think all you have to do is to mount the floppy and copy the files to
it. IE: mount /dev/fd0 /mnt -t vfat
will mount the floppy on /mnt using the dos/windows file system. There
is also the issue of <cr><lf> to <lf><cr> translation. If there is a
problem with that I think there is a utility available to do this.
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