openSUSE read Windows XP FAT format usb?

I download bios & bios flash tools from Cyber Cafe.

Cyber Cafe use Windows XP, in Windows XP save bios & tools in usb, FAT format USB.

Install openSUSE in a computer, plug this usb in the computer.

Can openSUSE open files on this FAT format USB?

And then I buy a new 3.5" floppy, use openSUSE make bootabe 3.5" floppy with bios & flash tools.

Can I use this 3.5" floppy with bios & flash tools can flash bios on other mainboards?

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Dupe.

Good luck.

vnes wrote:
| I download bios & bios flash tools from Cyber Cafe.
|
| Cyber Cafe use Windows XP, in Windows XP save bios & tools in usb, FAT
| format USB.
|
| Install openSUSE in a computer, plug this usb in the computer.
|
| Can openSUSE open files on this FAT format USB?
|
| And then I buy a new 3.5" floppy, use openSUSE make bootabe 3.5" floppy
| with bios & flash tools.
|
| Can I use this 3.5" floppy with bios & flash tools can flash bios on
| other mainboards?
|
|
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You can use a FAT formatted usb drive in Suse.

But where your plan falls down is most bios programs are written in dos. So using a linux based bootable floppy isn’t going to work.