For Win95/NT, not for dos
However i suggest you to pop in any linux OS CD's(like
mandrake8.2) and type rescue to go to rescue mode. You
will be dropped in a powerful rescue environment,where
you fix any problem.
--- SathyaPrakash V <sathya4lists@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think it will go into OT but I am not sure.I
need to develop a utility
by which I can use a Linux File system either ext2
or XFS in DOS. That is
when a Linux machine gone bad and I dont have Linux
Boot Floppy,I need to
boot the machine in DOS and Able to list/read/write
Files in ext2/XFS file
What I like to know is. whether you people came
across any such type of
utilities. If so please send me the Pointers.
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