I appreciate your feedback. Thank you.

I ran on Windows 98 SE successfully. So, I am unable to debug because I can
not replicate your exact issue (crash). However, there were output issues.
I will at least try to debug those items.

Regards,
Mark J. Olesen

On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 4:12 PM, Jose Antonio Senna <
jasse...@vivointernetdiscada.com.br> wrote:

>  I tested LS.EXE in a DOS window under
> Windows 98 and it causes the abrupt
> closing of the window.
>
>  This happens no matter what the options
> I used, ls, ls .\, ls ./, ls --help,
> ls -a .\ and many others.
>
>  The error details are just
> Unspecified error
> Location 16DA:013C
>
>  The segment part vary somewhat
> (reflecting where the program was
> loaded ?), but the offset is always
> the same.
>
>  Regards
>  JAS
>
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