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LTOOLSgui Help: Overview
When LTOOLSgui starts, you should see a split window. In the upper half
you'll see your DOS drives, in the lower half you will see your LINUX drives.
Add another drive
- Choose in the Menu 'FILE' the 'Add DOS Drive' or 'Add Linux Drive' menu
item or right click in the tree and choose the 'Add Drive ...' menu item of
the contextmenu. NOTE: Running LTOOLSgui under Linux, you have to add Linux-drives
in this dialog because "ldir -part" of the LTOOLS doesn't work under
- Enter a valid disk name in the text field 'Drive' and a valid directory in the text field 'Directory' of the shown dialog.
- To find out, which partitions do contain Linux filesystems, click on the 'PARTITIONS' button in the toolbar.
- Extended 2/3 partitions should be entered as /dev/hdxY, with x=a,b,c,... and y=1,2,3,..., ReiserFS partitions should be
entered as /dev/rdxY (note the "r" instead of "h"!).
- ReiserFS partitions are read only.
- Instead of a harddisk, an image file can be specified (does not work with ReiserFS formatted image files).
Removing a Drive
- Right Click on a Drive in the directory tree and choose the 'Remove Drive' menu item of the contextmenu.
Connecting and disconnecting to a remote host (host must be running LREADjav)
- To connect LTOOLSgui to a remote host, which is running LREADjav, click on the
'CONNECT' button in the toolbar or in the Menu 'File' on 'Remote connect ...'. In the dialog box enter
the host name and the portnumber (if lreadjav is not running on standard-port) and click OK.
- To disconnect, click on the 'DISCONNECT button' in the toolbar or in the Menu 'File' on 'Remote disconnect'.
- If you for example just want to see files with the extension "java" you can set a pattern(*.java) for the DOS and Linux-lists.
Choose in the Menu 'File' the item 'DOS Pattern ...' to set the pattern for DOS-files or the item 'Linux Pattern ...' to set the pattern for Linux-files.
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