Lets Unix systems work with DOS files
A set of tools that lets Unix systems access files on an MS-DOS filesystem (usually a floppy). Each program emulates the equivalent MS-DOS command while omitting any unnecessary restrictions and oddities. It now supports the long filenames found in Windows 95 and Windows NT, ZIP/JAZ disks, OS/2 Xdf disks, and 2m disks (stores up to 1992k on a high-density 3.5 floppy), and FAT 32.
released on 9 January 2013
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1 March 2010
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