First, sorry if this is the wrong forum. I am booting nwdsk (http://www.veder.com/ftp/nwdsk/fd32e.img
) from LAN (through gPXE/tftpd) and it boots fine - gets IP adresses assigned etc.
However, then I try to connect to a Windows share the usual "dos" way:
net use x: \\myserver\share
However, what I get back is:
Bad command or filename - "net"
Then I try to read the help - half of it buzzes through the screen; so I try something like help /p, and I get "Bad command or filename - p.hlp".. Heck, I think then I'll pipe the help output to a file, like
All of the text still flies on the screen - and a file myhelp.txt does get created, but it is 0 bytes in size...
When I use these commands from MSDOS (like Barts floppy with network support) they work without a problem...
So I guess my questions are:
- How do you map a network drive (Windows share) in nwdsk / FreeDos?
- How can I get a redirection of the help command in a text file, so I can read it later?