I am trying to compile a web project and the directions tell me to Run the DOS command line and to go to the .NET Framework directory
This command results in an "Invalid directory" message.
The desired directory does exist - I can find it using Windows Explorer.
How do I get the DOS prompt to accept that command. I think the dots are upsetting DOS.
Oh, now I see the problem.
You are running genuine old 16-bit DOS, not Windows. When I open what I call a "DOS box" it's actually a Windows command line. That directory is indeed invalid in 16-bit DOS,
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