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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 2.7. Are there any other utilities for fiddling with MS-DOS floppies?

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	The best of the bunch is Emmet P. Gray's Mtools package, which
is available on OSU.  The utilities in this package allow one to copy
files, delete files, rename files, make directories, format disks,
etc.  The 2.0 version of Mtools also supports the C:, D:, etc. drive
partitions of the DOS-73 emulator.

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