Re: copying text files (unix to dos)
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ahh.. I found the option for mount (conv=??) but I didn't find those tools
- -- todos / fromdos or unix2dos / dos2unix.. I have mtools 3.6
installed... anyone know what package either of these utils are part of?
On Tue, 5 Aug 1997 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > UN*X doesn't use the ^M character at the end of each line. How can I
> > convert between formats? And is there a way to do it automatically when
> > a file is copied to/from a dos filesystem?
> > -Paul
> There's always todos and fromdos. Also the mount command has the capabilities
> of doing the translation. Checkout mount's man page before trying this, there
> are some gotchas waiting to pounce...
> I think todos/fromdos are part of the mtools package.
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