On Wed, 2005-11-30 at 23:57 +0100, Bernd Blaauw wrote:
> A new FreeDOS distribution has been released, to replace Beta9 Service 
> Release 1,
> which is now 1 year old.
> Currently it's available as a bootable CD-ROM from the "fdos.org" website:
> http://fdos.org/ripcord/beta9sr2/fdbootcd.iso
> The optional separate bootdisk for gaining access to CD-ROM can be 
> obtained here:
> http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-stuff/freedos/files/distributions/old/beta9sr2/fdos1440.img
> Diskette datadisks are available, but an installation bootdisk to handle 
> them is still missing.
> for more information please see the introduction site:
> http://wiki.fdos.org/Distribution/Beta9SR2readme

Thats what I was missing a boot disk which did not immediately jump into
installation.  That opens more possibilities than just a knoppix boot
disk.  There are times I need a DOS disk to handle DOS problems.


Have two versions of FreeDOS CD from now on a boot disk and an install
disk.  Or an option on the menu to bypass install and simply boot.


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