Originally Posted by rtrahan
in case you read over it.. "chmod -x" removes the execution "chmod+x adds the execution"
Thank you for the clarity you lent to the discussion rtrahan, I realize now that I should have illustrated the point with examples as you did.
Originally Posted by franathan
Anyone know how to get dos to consistently recognize the USB port?
No, I don't. while it is advantageous that you know your way around Microsoft MS-DOS, I am merely a GNU/Linux novice, I know far less about DOS and its variants. However, just feeding the string you gave me into the Google search engine as follows.
dos recognize "USB port"
Provided links, which yielded driver names, which could in turn be used as the basis for producing more information. If you locate your hardware specifications and find a forum related to MS-DOS, such as the first listing
under that search criteria above, these would be the perfect starting points for those helping you there, or further helping you here.