Rawrite question

Thomas Ward tward at bright.net
Fri Feb 15 00:09:28 EST 2002

Hi, you must use specialswitches with the Red Hat version of rawrite.

-f is for file name
-d is for output destination
-h is for help.

Concidder this command.

rawrite -f filename.bin -d a:

 On Thu, 14 Feb 2002, Keith H. wrote:

> I'm still messing with trying to get this to work.  I checked the version
> and it is rawrite 1.3
> I tried doingit all at the command line and got a different error. Don't
> remember what it was but rawrite wouldn't work anymore after that.  I'll try
> what you said and re acquire it.
> I got rawrite right from the RedHat CD ROM. I'll try it again, unless you
> know of another source to download it from.
> The archive bit was the only thing set.
> I'd try a different version of RedHat, or even a different distro of Linux
> but I already have these CD's in hand and it beats trying a monster download
> on a slow conection.  If worse comes to worse, I could have my son read the
> setup screens to set it up.  I'd rather have it speak to me so I can do it
> myself though.
> I'll keep plugging away at it.
> thanks for the info so far.
> from
> Keith H.
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