Mark Bailey schreef:
If you want the ISO image, please let me know.
I would be interested, to see how you configured FreeDOS, NTFSDOS and
your radio logging program(s).
This means that you can walk up to a WindowsXP computer, boot
this CD, and save a contest log file to the hard disk of the
running your program from a ramdisk, then in the end copy the file to
netwerk/diskette/harddisk? Then again, I have no idea how big your
logfile can become. Just a few 100KB, or several MB?
Then reboot the computer from the LiveCD. Look at the
output from NTFS4DOS and get the drive letter for the
NTFS partition (probably D:). Type "Yes" at the Datapol
NTFS4DOS itself can already create a ramdisk, I have absolutely no idea
why they do this, though.
Please let me know if you are willing to test this! I
will mail you the 2MByte ISO file and, if you need
them, directions for creating a bootable CD from the
please send the ISO to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I guess it's an ISO containing a 1.44MB diskette image?
glad to see people can use both your used software and NTFS4DOS in a
ready2go form (ISO file or diskette image)
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