Most of the operating system files and libraries on the GeoBook are stored in a compressed ROM-based file system, which is normally not visible from either DOS mode or the File Manager. If for some reason you want to examine these files anyway, you can copy the GeoManager application from the Geoworks Ensemble package to a disk and run it from the built-in file manager.
The old GeoManager will show all the files on the device, even though most of them will have their names underlined to indicate that they do not reside on the "main" Geos drive, in our case drive F. Anyway, you can still view and copy them like any other file (remembering of course that all the files in the GeoBook ROM are copyrighted software).
For this reason, if you want to run an application that consists of multiple
files from floppy disk (as opposed to copying them into the
\GEOWORKS directory on drive F), you will have to create a proper
Geos directory tree on the disk and place the files into the appropriate
subdirectories, just as the instructions for the program tell you for hard
A: \GEOWORKS \WORLD \SYSTEM \USERDATA \PRIVDATAYou will only have to create directories which actually contain files.
In this case, you should go to the DOS prompt and
check whether the files have been copied to drive D (the RAM disk) rather than
drive F. Note that the name of the Geos directory on drive D is
\GEOS and not
\GEOWORKS as on drive F. You can
then copy the newly installed files (usually found in
\GEOS\SYSTEM) to the corresponding
directories on drive F or on a floppy disk manually by using DOS commands.
Ensemble/NewDeal Fonts can be added to the USERDATA\FONT directory on drive F
and run on Geobook applications. Using a thicker bigger font can sometimes
make the Web browser text easier to read.