John Hupp wrote:
> I went into this round of tests with this configuration, and cut back
> progressively as I describe below:
> DEVICE=C:\FDOS\BIN\EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=TEST VDS
> SHELL=C:\command.com C:\ /E:512 /P=C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT
As you pointed out the combination of FreeDOS Beta9sr2 and OpenGEM is
working on a 486 machine, but there are weird errors when running the
same setup with the same configuration on a Pentium machine.
Let's see what happens if you have no HIMEN or EMM386. Will OpenGEM run
applications correctly then? I'm wondering if it is possible that
OpenGEM applications are making calls that the Pentium system is
handling differently to the 486 system. Perhaps Eric could enlighten
regarding this possibility?
What is interesting here is that OpenGEM works fine under Windows
95/98/XP on Pentium class machines. I've also had no reports of errors
like this from people using OpenGEM with FreeDOS before, so either
something is happening with the particular kernel and freecom files in
this distribution or it may be an issue with calling higher memory?
Shane Martin Coughlan
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