If you have Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me installed on your hard drive, you've probably already mounted the DOS partition under Fedora Core. If not, you can easily mount DOS partitions in Fedora Core. Mounting makes the DOS directory hierarchy appear as part of the Linux file system. To identify the DOS partitions easily, you may want to mount the first DOS partition as /dosc, the second one as /dosd, and so on.
To determine whether your DOS hard drive partitions are set up to mount automatically, type the following grep command to look for the string vfat in the file /etc/fstab:
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