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  • one@xxxxxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
    does linux support FAT32 ?
    Message 1 of 7 , Apr 1, 1993
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      does linux support FAT32 ?
    • one@xxxxxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
      ... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ are you pretty sure? i m just afraid, that if i convert my nice hdd to fat32 and then this thingy will not work i wont be
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 1, 1993
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        >From: rawnerve@... (Mark Cook)
        >
        >I know Redhat 5.2 can mount and read a fat32 drive... using vfat as the
        >type

        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        are you pretty sure?
        i'm just afraid, that if i convert my nice hdd to fat32 and then this thingy will not
        work i wont be able to convert it back...
        it mounts in rw mode?
        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
      • one@xxxxxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
        ... 2.2.2 .. but i configured it myself and have not seen the line fat32 in config :-/
        Message 3 of 7 , Apr 2, 1993
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          >From: rawnerve@... (Mark Cook)
          >
          >Yes, I have done this before with redhat 5.2, what kernal are you using?

          2.2.2 .. but i configured it myself and have not seen the line "fat32" in config :-/
        • rawnerve@xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
          I know Redhat 5.2 can mount and read a fat32 drive... using vfat as the type
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 1, 1999
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            I know Redhat 5.2 can mount and read a fat32 drive... using vfat as the
            type

            On Thu, 1 Apr 1993 21:48:37 -0300 (GMT), you wrote:

            >[Q]From: one@... (dear alex belyakov)
            >[Q]
            >[Q]does linux support FAT32 ?
            >[Q]
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          • rawnerve@xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
            Yes, I have done this before with redhat 5.2, what kernal are you using?
            Message 5 of 7 , Apr 1, 1999
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              Yes, I have done this before with redhat 5.2, what kernal are you using?

              On Thu, 1 Apr 1993 22:12:37 -0300 (GMT), you wrote:

              >[Q]From: one@... (dear alex belyakov)
              >[Q]
              >[Q]>From: rawnerve@... (Mark Cook)
              >[Q]>
              >[Q]>I know Redhat 5.2 can mount and read a fat32 drive... using vfat as the
              >[Q]>type
              >[Q]
              >[Q]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
              >[Q]are you pretty sure?
              >[Q]i'm just afraid, that if i convert my nice hdd to fat32 and then this thingy will not
              >[Q]work i wont be able to convert it back...
              >[Q]it mounts in rw mode?
              >[Q]^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
              >[Q]
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            • rawnerve@xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
              Your good to go then... just mount -t vfat .... ....
              Message 6 of 7 , Apr 2, 1999
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                Your good to go then... just mount -t vfat .... ....

                On Fri, 2 Apr 1993 08:42:07 -0300 (GMT), you wrote:

                >[Q]From: one@... (dear alex belyakov)
                >[Q]
                >[Q]>From: rawnerve@... (Mark Cook)
                >[Q]>
                >[Q]>Yes, I have done this before with redhat 5.2, what kernal are you using?
                >[Q]
                >[Q]2.2.2 .. but i configured it myself and have not seen the line "fat32" in config :-/
                >[Q]
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              • SIMS, Paul, LCTL
                yes, so long as you have vfat support in the kernel or as a module.
                Message 7 of 7 , Apr 6, 1999
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                  yes, so long as you have vfat support in the kernel or as a module.

                  > -----Original Message-----
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                  > Subject: [linux] fat32
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                  > From: one@... (dear alex belyakov)
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                  > does linux support FAT32 ?
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