Hi Kenneth,

(this message just appeared, else I would have answered sooner)


Yes, I's used a different alias for this list so I could filter, and
didn't realize it was being blocked. (anti-spam measure). My fault.

the rest of the site is where I post my FreeDOS related stuff, or anyone else who has expressed an interest but doesn't have hosting abilities; in particular, official distributions would be here first then I'd mirror to ibiblio, I have boot disks (trying to get people to use alternate disk images than the install one), and currently where I upload near daily cvs builds of the kernel & freecom.

Sounds good.

Presently only the kernel & umbpci are easily updated, but with upcoming changes, I will be able to automatically update multiple locations (disk images, iso, downloads) by a single commit of updated sources. I can detail my work in progress for the curious, but that's a separate thread.

Yes, I think that's the problem with all the builds, they go out of date
too quick, and it's impossible to track versions properly. At present
I'm just running which ever hacked-up files do the job, but that means I
can't say I'm running FreeDOS x.xx, it's just a bunch of jumbled up
files that happens to work on the latest expensive hardware.

http://www.fdos.org/bootdisks/

OK, this is nice, but how are people supposed to find it from the main
freedos.org site?

Thanks for the USB links, I've made a note of them for tomorrow.

--
Gerry Hickman (London UK)



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