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Old 10-17-2005
Lightbulb How to mount/make a FAT system on Linux

Yea i was wondering how i would mount, and create a FAT directory that way i can save files in the FAT directory in a windows system and be able to access them on Linux systems. Or if there is any other way to share files between Linux and Windows. Any responds will help... thanks!
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Old 10-22-2005
to create a fat filesystem , you can use the command mkfs.msdos or mkdosfs .

The syntax of the command is very simple : mkdosfs /dev/hdx

to mount a fat filesystem , you'll have just to use the mount command , for example :

mount /dev/hdx /windows
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Old 10-23-2005
ohh thanks. Ill see if it works and get back to ya when i can. Thanks. ^^"

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