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Need to install new drivers in prompt, HELP!!

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Last response: in Linux/Free BSD
September 29, 2002 4:07:28 AM

I have a Radeon graphics card and have a site that provides Linux drivers that work with the Radeon line of cards. The problem is that I have the card installed and would prefer to isntall the new drivers in Linux without switching the monitor over. What I need is to know what commands will I need to access my Windows partition, it is mounted, and install the new drivers all from the Linux command prompt.

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December 21, 2002 8:34:20 AM

look into the "mount" command, "samba" server, and

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