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    Horvath Akos <maxx@yuc.sch.bme.hu> wrote:

    > - You can not resize an ext2fs image - repartitioning is better, because
    > FIPS, presizer or Partition Magic can resize msdos partitions

    -> http://www.powerquest.com/product/pm/PMdescription.html,
    "Flexible Functionality", 4th bullet.

    > - You can not read az ext2fs image from dos

    But from W95 (albeit RO). Look for fsdext2 on Yahoo et al.
    There was a msdos ext2 driver posted (not here, tho) by Marc S. Casalaina
    last April.

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