Redhat and FAT16

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I am downloading it now. I'm going to make a new topic about Redhat with FAT16. Would i make a new topic for that? There is something i wanted to do when i get Redhat with FAT16. Well i'm downloading disc1. usually when i download from peoples servers i never get any errors. I can't mentiton who the person is. I never got an error installing it.
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As far as I know there is no such thing as Redhat on a FAT16 partition. FAT16 is a Windows based partition.
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So what you are saying. I cannot dual Redhat with MS-DOS. MS-DOS automatically goes as Fat16 and only FAT16, no other file systems just that one. Is that correct that i cannot dual boot them two O/S's?
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No you can have a dual system, however what it basically comes down to is that Windows resides on the FAT16 or FAT32 or NTFS partition while a Linux Operating system will not. They will reside on their own linux partitions completely seperate from the Windows partitions.

And yes MS-DOS would reside on the Windows partitions, not the Linux partitions, and that is why as far as I know you cannot use DOS in linux. They are like apples and oranges, and again I am not sure why you would want to use DOS in Linux anyway.
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Thanks for making this new post. It seems like mods can do everything around here. Well i like using MS-DOS 6.22. The only thing i don't like ab out MS-DOS is. It does not have DISKSAVE.EXE. I like to know all of my DOS commands. That's why i like to use MS-DOS. You just answer my question. So i might have dual boot system. I have dual system right now. I can't do much with DOS because i really don't know to many commands.
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dsantamassino12 wrote:
I can't do much with DOS because i really don't know to many commands.


Sorry if this is off-topic, but, here is a comprehensive list of DOS commands.. note how disksave is no there anywhere...


http://www.csulb.edu/~murdock/dosindex.html
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no need to reply to "MS-DOS. I will do my best with DOS so i know my commands.
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excellent gadget! :thumbsup:

now maybe he'll go and learn, come back and teach US something. ;)
I hope that does happen actually.
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I'm going to get a book but i don't know when.
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dsantamassino12 wrote:
I'm going to get a book but i don't know when.


seriously, I think this is your best bet. You just aren't going to find free
teachings from a retail product. that's serious copyright/licensing issues
there. Everyone wants to make a buck anyway.
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im seriously having de javu reading this post not sure why though...
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i don't know, probably because ds12 likes to post and repost the same
questions in different threads thinking he's going to get a different
answer I guess.

STOP DOING IT! geeeeeeeez!

although I hadn't noticed this one until you just said it, so....
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no that is not true. I only posted a question about FAT16.
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you've already asked for free teachings about everything, and we've
already told you there really aren't any other than with linux.

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