DS-DOS v0.41

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Mar 17, 2008

DS-DOS v0.41 by Urza at 12:42 AM (1,617 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Urza
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    [​IMG] DS-DOS v0.41
    Ability to copy files between carts
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    An update to Montspy's entry into the NEO Spring Coding Comp. His MS-DOS-esque file browser now supports the copying of files between carts in the slot-1 and slot-2. Download and instructions for this new feature below.

    Copying files between carts

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  2. Seina

    Newcomer Seina Advanced Member

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    This looks like a good idea for those that like to transfer files between the cards and/or use the command line. Another way to do it, but I don't know if they got dual slots working yet in the standard build, is Midnight Commander in DSLinux. Just type mc to get to it.

    New builds of DSLinux
    http://page.mi.fu-berlin.de/sperling/dslinux/builds/
     
  3. Awdofgum

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    i just learned how to use DOS on windows, this seems useful in a way
     
  4. GH0ST

    Member GH0ST Your Hero is a Ghost

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    There is also DSBrowser for dual browsing.

    It works fine from my CycloDS to slot 2 with G6 lite.
     
  5. imgod22222

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    If only Moonshell could file browse between carts in two "windows"

    If only...
     
  6. Jaejae

    Member Jaejae Superfly Don't Used

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    Hmmm, I wonder how far away homebrew supporting the RPGs NAND and SD card is.
     

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