From: Laurent Daudelin (laurent.daudelin_at_verizon.net)
Date: Sat Jul 26 2003 - 20:20:26 PDT
on 26/07/03 14:14, suppaman at suppaman_at_softhome.net wrote:
> Alle 18:50, sabato 26 luglio 2003, Laurent Daudelin ha scritto:
>> You cannot write on a flash RAM card in a laptop that was formatted by a
>> Newton. Alternatively, you cannot read a flash RAM card that was formatted
>> by a laptop in a Newton. Maybe some day, we'll be able to do it, but it's
>> not possible at this time.
> Didn't knew this.
> What is the problem? I think it has got a particular fs, couldn't a driver be
> Where can I find more specs?
That's it. The Macintosh (or DOS) file system is foreign to the Newton, and
vice versa. You could possibly write a driver on one or the other, like I
said "maybe some day, we'll be able to do it, but it's not possible at this
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