Mounting a file as a filesystem
I have two disks on my PC, hda=127 MB and hdb=1.6 GB. I am using hda for
Debian, hdb is Win95.
I installed Debian on hda as a test and promptly fell in love with it.
Unfortunately I earn my living developing for Win 3.x/Win 95 and so cannot
easily repartition my main disk.
I heard some noise on this list about setting being able to mount a file as
a filesystem. I would like to know how I can create say a 200MB file on hdb
(Win 95) and mount it as a filesystem on say /usr.
Is this possible? What do I need to do it?
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