dhaval_hi2003 at yahoo.co.in
Wed Jan 24 07:04:10 MSK 2007
Thank you for suggestions
That exactly what i want from you a you said.i m not interested in source codes or any binary files. i was asking for materials or guideline only .I am not provided any documentation or material from my school.If possible please send any links or material which guide me at this initial stage.
"Benjamin A. Okopnik" <ben at linuxgazette.net> wrote:
On Mon, Jan 22, 2007 at 06:35:25AM +0000, dhaval jadhav wrote:
> Hello sir.
> I am projected to develpe a browser/programme to see files
> attributes (not the file contentes) of linux(ext2/ext3) from wondows
> operating sys.
> I dont know from where should i start.please help me.
You should start by reading the materials that were issued to you by your
school. You should make sure to understand those materials. You should
then draw conclusions based on the statements in those materials, and
apply those conclusions to the problem that you were assigned. You
should continue doing this until the problem is solved.
If, at some point in this process, you should have an actual specific
problem - rather than a generalized wail of "do this for me" - then we
would be glad to hear from you, and possibly help you to resolve it.
We don't do people's homework for them. To draw the distinction that EST
people used to make, we don't *help* anyone here (which, in their
parlance, implies that people are helpless) - we *assist* people with
real, Linux-related problems. Feel free to stop by when you actually
have one; until then, I suggest you do your best with the materials you
* Ben Okopnik * Editor-in-Chief, Linux Gazette * http://LinuxGazette.NET *
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