Where can I find a GUI for Dos filesystems
Okay maybe I did not use the correct terminology in the title.
WTF? If your system can "see" the DOS filesystem then you can browse it with whatever your system supports - GUI, command line, some open source utility that will save the world <tm>, etc. If your system can't see the DOS host or the DOS file partition on the local host then you are hosed, period.
Mitch & Murray (from downtown)
oh yer, i saw this snipper on www.codeproject.com
I know what the OP means, it was a kind of windows explorer which had a dos window attached to it as a frame. The working directory of the dos frame followed the working directory of the explorer frame. I forget the name though.
Thanks for the tip for codeproject.com.
You need OpenGem, which is a complete GUI, an inheritor of the original Gem from DRI, or Gemini which is a shell.
You can also use Midnight Commander (mc for Unix geeks). It is available from http://www.ibiblio.org/mc/ and you can get a compiled binary for Win32 from http://home.a-city.de/franco.bez/mc/mc.html ).
You want Command Prompt Explorer Bar from http://www.webattack.com/get/cpexplorer.shtml
John Topley (www.johntopley.com)
Powerbasic provides a full featured GUI for DOS.
There is "Total Commander" wich is Explorer-like app with command line, 2 pannels and keys like in old Norton Commander.
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