On Sun, 2005-10-09 at 10:45 -0700, Brolin Empey wrote:

> You should have used MS-DOS v7 (which ships with Windows 9x), which 
> supports FAT32!
> http://www.mbhs.edu/~jaosborn/boot98se.exe
> Try that.  It is a self-extracting zip archive, so extract it with e.g 
> InfoZIP.  On Linux you can then run the following to write it to a diskette:
> dd if=winb98se.IMA of=/dev/fda
How do you convert the executable with its overhead directly to an
image?  As I remember the executable contains the image but I dont 
know the offset as to where in the EXE the image starts.


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