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Re: [zigzag] :zz: Re: zigzag drive
- To: zigzag@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [zigzag] :zz: Re: zigzag drive
- From: Ted Nelson <ted@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 02 Oct 1998 02:07:24 +0900
- Cc: ted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: <19981002023027.U2218@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Reply-to: zigzag@xxxxxxxxxx
I should add that Peter's idea of using Sys.Commander
is probably a very good one. It's working fine for me.
At 02:30 AM 10/2/98 +1000, you wrote:
>On Sat, Jul 04, 1998 at 12:32:23AM -0400, Peter Barus wrote:
>> My system allows me to create a c:\ drive unbeknownst to DOS or whatever,
>> and swap it for the "real" one. I have two now, and room for another (about
>> 600 MB).
>> >> a mischievous config file <<
>> I think it's done with a bogus Master Boot Record or something.
>Linux is capable of accessing all of those partitions if you configure it to.
>It doesn't really have the concept of a "C:" drive at all.
>> What's the best way to set up the environment for Zigzag? I see all these
>> Linux and Unix products in the catalogs.
>For beginners who want to go beyond the bootable Zigzag demo disk,
>I recommend getting the most recent Red Hat, Caldera or SuSE Linux
>distribution, installing that according to the instructions, installing
>the Perl Curses module according to its instructions and then downloading
>the latest Zigzag source code archive from our website. Please let me
>know if you want more detailed help.
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