On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 9:58 AM, Travis Siegel <tsie...@softcon.com> wrote:
> If copying raw sector information is all you're after, then you can
> use rawrite, I used it many times to write out boot disks for booting
> linux file systems.
> I don't know of a dd version for dos (thought I'd used one, but it
> wasn't dd), though it shouldn't be difficult to make one.
> Don't know if this helps or not, but hope it at least offers another
> option.

BTW, if anyone is still looking for a DOS port of 'dd', there's a
version 2.1 (1990) available in the GNUish archive at ibiblio:


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