|OK... i downloaded ftl, but when i type in FTL in command.com, like the user guid says, i get a message that says FTL is not a command. so i typed in C:\FTL.exe. this time i got a message that FTL "is not suitable for rinning MS-DOS or windows applications. any ideas on how to make the program work?|
|written by Alex on Sep 05, 2007 12:54|
|The first problem is definitely a matter of path: if you want the program to be reachable while the current directory is not that where the program is kept, you may either place the program into a system directory (c:\windows would probably be the choice) or create a dedicated directory somewhere to then change the relevant environment variable ("path") from the control panel.|
For the second message, I did never see anything like that, but if you're running Windows Vista, or even just XP service pack 2, then I did never work with them so far, and can't tell for sure.
|OK, i figured the second problem out... and thanks for the fix for the first.|
the second message appeared because my command.com file had been deleted off of my computer. i was able to fix the problem by copying the file from another computer and inserting it into my system.