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RE: VFAT.XFS versus MagiC
On Tue, 26 Aug 1997, Jo Even Skarstein wrote:
> IMHO one should start with the "easy" part (The VFAT XFS) and get it
> working, and then move on from there. After all, a lot of people would
> probably be happy to be able to read/write VFAT-floppies or use VFAT
> on their TOS-partitions.
That's a good way, too.
> > Again, this was the reason of writting my yesterday's mail: you can't
> > read sectors on DOS partitions. That's why XFS is useless.
> Not even with HD-Driver installed? I believe both MagiC and BigDOS
> needs HD-Driver to be able to read big DOS-partitions, it looks
Well, under TOS you need BigDOS. BigDOS needs XHDI, which is implemented
by HuSHI, HDDRIVER and CBHD. But HDDRIVER is not enough for reading DOS
partitions, you still need the BigDOS ;-)
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