Gerry Hickman schreef:
A better option would be to get to the bottom of why SCSI and VDS do not like each other. SCSI is a drive interface - I don't see how it can be affected by VDS unless there's something bigger going on. It may he SCSI is merely showing up the problem, as opposed to BEING the problem?
VDS being enabled by default *will* cause people to report any problems with SCSI setups. Previously VDS was omitted by default, so people would never find out there would have been an issue.
the amount up to $60.00 and made the contribution on August 9, specified for where it was most needed with the title 'FreeDOS'. Confirmation e-mail available on request.

Very nice, but I don't get it? You are spending hours developing this excellent Free software, and then paying out to charities based on it's popularity??
non-commercial programmers take their time to make their software as good as possible, there's no pressure except for the desire to make good enough (or even perfect) software. I'm glad Michael wants to deliver such quality and keeps improving these memory managers. The better the quality and reputation, the more downloads, the more testing, and more remaining issues exposed --> goto begin :) Michael's charity helps the charity itself, and it helps getting EMM386 more exposure and testing. As you can see from the changelog, most bugs seem to be detected by Michael himself. That's quite impressive, as most people are blind with regard to their own code, meaning their code is too familiar to look at it properly as a critic.

Happy bughunting people, and thanks for the release, Michael :)

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