I'll update and commit nxdos kernel source to cvs when dos-mem.asm is woking 

I can log into cvs with tortise using win32. I have to re-install as I 
reinstalled winxp onthe laptop.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eric Auer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "fd-user" <freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 6:30 AM
Subject: [Freedos-user] Do not forget to update your kernel (Re: Wrote 

> Talking about getting FreeDOS ready for version 1.0,
> you might want to update your kernels:
> kernel2036-source.zip
> kernel2036-binary.zip
> in http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~eric/stuff/soft/by-others/
> contain the following improvements compared to the SF.net 2036test
> file release:
> - improved serial port handling: added ComInStat support to
>   help programs which are polling the serial port via DOS
> - VERSION= in config sys now works as expected
>   Note: update your CALLVER (also on my homepage, ...soft/specials/)
>   to enjoy some extra functionality related to that :-).
> - FAT32 handling masks out the 4 reserved bits of FAT entries, as some
>   people had nonzero values there, which caused truncated file access.
> Note that 2036 is the "conservative" kernel: More modern but less
> tested features can be found in kernel 2037, the testing/devel/unstable
> kernel. The differences between the source code of both kernels are
> quite big, but the differences in functionality should be relatively
> small... Most changes involve things like the menu system, WfW311
> compatibility, and optimizations, as far as I remember.
> If anybody could write a summary of the differences, it would be very
> interesting to read.
> Eric
> PS: I forgot my SF login so I cannot add the changes to CVS...
> Anybody who wants to help with that...?

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