Defrag (NOT for ext2/ext3, for FAT32 partitions)
OK, here is the problem,
I realize that fragmentation or ext2/ext3 file systems is not a real problem. However, I am dual-booting Linux and FreeDOS. FreeDOS is on a FAT32 partition, but the Defrag program it comes with looks like it only works on FAT12/FAT16 file systems (same with there chkdsk program), but it dose support FAT32 otherwise. But this means I can not Defrag it with the tools it comes with (hate to say this, but the chkdsk is no real problem, just use MS-scandisk from a Win98/ME boot disk), I DO NOT have Windoze installed at all anymore, so I can not defrag the FreeDOS partition with it (and Windoze command-line defrag seems to require Windoze to be running to work).
So....Anyone know of a FAT32 defragmenter for Linux (or one that works in FreeDOS)?