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Old 30 August 2002, 14:41   #1

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What's DM0 device in dosdrivers?

What's the purpose of the auto-mounted DMO: device that I've found in the devs/dos drivers drawer?

I can't remember what the flippin thing does.

EDIT: It's for the common DMS system, although I don't know why it needs auto-mounting.

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Old 30 August 2002, 18:32   #2
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Hmm... perhaps you can mount a DMS file as a diskimage and browse it as if it were a disk? This would be most cool.

I dont have that starting at bootup, mind you. It's not even in my Storage folder.
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Old 30 August 2002, 18:51   #3
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@Akira: afaik, DM0: is not included by default in AmigaOS, hence its non-appearance on your HD.

AmigaOS DOSDrivers: PC0/PC1, CD0, PIPE, AUX, RAD.
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