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Re: Fat 32 and Linux.

On Wed, Apr 01, 1998 at 08:05:57PM -0500, Dr Zap wrote:
> Currently I am using Windows 95 OSR2 with fat32 enabled. I do have the utility
> that will allow Windows 95 to read the Linux partition and it works great.
> My question, I have been trying to set up the Debian version of Linux (kernel
> 1.30 I think) to read the fat32 partition. I have configured the drivers for
> this about four times with the same results. When it gets to vfat, it hangs.
> Before this it would say that it couldn't recognize the partition. Here's my
> current config;

The old Linux kernel does not support FAT32.  Note that VFAT and FAT32 are
different; VFAT is only 16 bit.

If I am not mistaken, the FAT32 patch is already applied to
the latest Debian kernel-source-2.0.33-6 package.  Go grab it!  :-)


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