What do you mean by DOS environment – “DOS prompt” in some Microsoft Windows OS or good old pure DOS?
In the first case NET command is your friend – just export a samba share on the linux-box, then mount it with NET USE blah-blah-blah… in the “DOS prompt” and go ahead with copying.
In the second case, you have some TCP/IP stack installed. Most probably, it comes with ftp client, and you can use it for file transfers. If not, I really don’t believe you’ll be able to find ftp client for DOS on the net nowadays :o((
> if not, I really don’t believe you’ll be able to find
> ftp client for DOS on the net nowadays :o((
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