kd4d at comcast.net
Mon Oct 31 11:18:14 EST 2005
Hi George and everyone:
I have a bootable CD image (ISO file) that contains FreeDOS and
a program called NTFS4DOS that allows reading and writing
NTFS partitions from DOS. If anyone wants to try that, let
me know and I'll send you the ISO file.
It would be easy to make a CD with TR-Log and other files
(cty.dat, trmaster.dta) pre-installed that would run almost
anywhere. The only "problem" is where to save the log file,
but this could be used for evaluation or demonstration!
You can also make bootable CD's with MS-DOS very easily,
but I can't send you the ISO files.
George Fremin III wrote:
> For the last few years I had been wanting to try our FreeDOS here at
> the house. For those of you that do not know FreeDOS is described on their
> web page as:
> "FreeDOS aims to be a complete, free, 100% MS-DOS compatible operating system"
> You can read more about it here:
> Anyway - I took a machine that I was going to make into a contest
> computer and up Win98SE on it and then I installed FreeDOS 0.9 Beta something
> that I had burned to a CD several months ago. The install went junt fine
> and FreeDOS even installed aboot loaded so I can choose between
> Win98 and FreeDOS.
> To get to the point. We are doing a M/S here this weekend and
> we have two computers running. One is the old Compaq 486/50 with
> DOS 6.22 on it and the other is a newer machine that is running
> FreeDOS. So far it has been working just great. I am thinking that
> this newer computer with FreeDOS on it will become my main contest
> computer and replace the very aged Compaq 486.
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