Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 28th Jun 2009 17:22 UTC, submitted by Jim Hall
OSNews, Generic OSes MS-DOS is an old piece of work, a long line of operating systems dating back to the early '80s. First a stand-alone operating system, it would later work as a base for Windows, and starting with Windows 95, it became integrated with Windows and was no longer developed as a stand-alone operating system. To fill the gap the end of MS-DOS left behind, the FreeDOS project was started. Today, FreeDOS turned 15.
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RE: good stuff
by darknexus on Tue 30th Jun 2009 04:11 UTC in reply to "good stuff"
darknexus
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2008-07-15

More important than a GUI, is there a comprehensive TCP/IP solution for DOS yet? If it had that I'd be willing to get FreeDOS running again, so far though I've not found anything via google or freedos webpages that suggest networking is any easier than it was back in the days of DR-DOS unless it's a Netware network you're trying to connect to.

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RE[2]: good stuff
by Rugxulo on Wed 1st Jul 2009 03:51 in reply to "RE: good stuff"
Rugxulo Member since:
2007-10-09

More important than a GUI, is there a comprehensive TCP/IP solution for DOS yet? If it had that I'd be willing to get FreeDOS running again, so far though I've not found anything via google or freedos webpages that suggest networking is any easier than it was back in the days of DR-DOS unless it's a Netware network you're trying to connect to.


I'm ignorant of all networking stuff, so all I can offer is two links:

http://www.bgnett.no/~giva/

http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/freedos/index.php?title=Netwo...

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