CDS: Current Directory Structure

 This is the undocumented format of a structure DOS maintains for each
 logical drive (as set via the LASTDRIVE= command in CONFIG.SYS).

 Use DOS fn 52H (get ListOfLists) to locate the first of these structures
 and to find how many there are.  The second follows directly after the
 first, and so forth.

  Offset Size Contents
  ▀▀▀▀▀▀ ▀▀▀▀ ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀
   +0     67  szPath       ASCIIZ d:\path of current default directory
  +43H     2  rFlags       bit-flags describing this drive
  +45H     4  pfDPB        FAR address of the DPB for this drive
  +49H     2  wClustNo     cluster number of start of default dir
                             or FAR address of a network redirector record
  +4bH     4  pRes         unknown; always ffffffffH
  +4dH     2  wNetUsrCode  network user code as stored via fn 5f03H
  +4fH     2  wSlashOffset offset of first '\' in abPath (to skip d:)
  +51H     1  bRes         unknown
  +52H     4  pIFSDrvr     points to IFS (Installable File System) driver
  +56H     2  wRes         unknown
          88               size of this structure (DOS 4.0+)

      szPath  This is an ASCIIZ string giving the entire name of the
              current default directory for this logical drive, starting
              with the drive ID (e.g., C:\DOS\UTILS◄0►).

              On Subst drives, this is the true name of the directory on the
              actual drive in which it resides.

      rFlags  I don't have the layout of these flags but C000H is a network
              drive, 5000H is a Subst drive, and 0000H is an invalid drive.

       pfDPB  Address of the Drive Parameter Block (DPB) for this drive.

    wClustNo  on non-network drives, this is the cluster number of the first
              cluster of the current default directory for this drive.

              On network drives, this is the address of a network redirector

 wNetUsrCode  on network drives, this is the "user code" that was passed in
              CX to DOS fn 5f03H (make network connection).

wSlashOffset  This is usually 0002H; it is the offset of the first backslash
              (\) in the szPath field (you add this to the addr of the start
              of the record and viola, you are past the d: drive ID.

    pIFSDrvr  For drives that are part of an "Installable File System", this
              is the address of the IFS driver.  Sorry, I have no info on

See Also: fn 52H (get DOS vars address/ListOfLists)
          fn 47H (query default directory)
          fn 3bH (set default directory -- CHDIR)
          Device Drivers
          Data Structures