serge at mindstep.com
Wed Aug 25 17:48:29 GMT 1999
Paul Lacatus <paul at campina.iiruc.ro> wrote in message news:37C4291C.10838B78 at campina.iiruc.ro...
> I need to use a samba server (linux redhat 6.0 ) from a diskless dos
> machine ( has a floppy drive for booting) . So i need a very little
> tcp-ip stack for dos and a client for a NT server on dos so that they
> will be small enough to be on a 1.44 system floppy.
> Is that possible ?
I don't know if a small TCP/IP and SMB client exist for DOS or
fit on a single diskette. However if you meant a Intel machine,
you may want to look at picoBSD at www.freebsd.org/picoBSD. They
have an OS running with a TCP/IP stack on 1.2M floppy. You could then
maybe used smbclient or Sharity-Light. It is just a suggestion,
it may not all fit on a 1.44M floppy.
Serge Colle, M.SC Tel: (613) 526-5062
MindStep Corporation Fax: (613) 526-2417
PO BOX 41173 E-mail: Serge at mindstep.com
Ottawa, Ontario Http: www.mindstep.com
K1G 5K9, Canada
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