First post, by mbond
On a windows computer, I copy the edit.com program (to edit text files under DOS) in a XLINUX directory;
On a Linux computer, LAN connected to the Windows computer, I mount the XLINUX directory.
With a text editor I create a file X.TXT in XLINUX;
Still on the Linux computer, I start DosBox, and MOUNT the xLINUX directory.
I enter TYPE X.TXT and it works ok.
I enter edit.com X.TXT and try to modify X.TXT: it says it's read-only.
I EXIT DosBox: I can edit X.TXT from Linux.
Why that!? what can I do? I would be grateful for any help.
(I have the same problem if I use dBase instead of edit.com).
(I have the same problem with a NAS server instead of a Windows machine).
(Without the LAN, with XLINUX on a USB key, everything works fine).