Hi Kenneth,

can't work out how these numbers relate to the directory listing on the
fdos.org/kernel website.

4 different versions,
2034, 2035, and 2035a are on sourceforge file release page,
cvs kernels are the ones (either stable, eg 2035a-cvs or devel 2035w-cvs) on fdos.org

I'm currently looking at this page


But I can't see anything that says 2034, 2035, 2035a. Can you advise which file I need to download? Sorry if it's obvious!

Sorry, again I don't understand. I don't see anything called 0.84pre on
the fdos.org/kernel page or directory listing?

it is the cvs one, cmdxms.*.zip or similar; or any other than the one named command.com (which I think is the last officially released one).
0.84 will be released soon,

I'm looking at the page now, but all the cmdxms.*.zip are saying they are HEAD, and I believe I need the "unstable" branch to test this...

Gerry Hickman (London UK)

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