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How can I look in a fat32 drive.

Posted on 1998-12-07
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Hi, I have suse and want to read files from my c: drive. It is a win98 fat32 disk. Please help me.
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The fat32 file system need to be recognized by the kernel... patch you kernel and recompile.
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