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mtools – Utilities to access DOS disks in Unix

Summary :

Mtools is a public domain collection of tools to allow Unix systems to manipulate DOS files: Read, Write, Delete & Move around files on an DOS file system (Default floppy). Each program attempts to emulate the MS-DOS equivalent command. No need to mount the DOS file system.

Example:

$ mdir — List files from the floppy.

$ minfo — Get DOS FS info.

$ mdu dir1 — Space usage report of dir1.

$ mcopy myfile a: — Copy DOS files to/from Linux.

$ mcd dir1 — Change the current dir to a:/dir1.

$ mmove file1 file2 — Move/Rename an DOS file/subdir.

$ mdel file — Del a DOS file from floppy.

$ mdeltree dir — Del a DOS dirtree from floppy.

$ mformat — Create a DOS FS in a formatted floppy.

$ mlabel — Make DOS volume label.

Note:

  • More tools are available in MTool Set.
  • Behavior of MTools will change depending upon the config /etc/mtools.conf.

Read: man mtools

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