Eric Auer wrote:
> Hi, as fdshield could conceivably freeze DOS,
> I replaced all "retf +2" commands in fdshield
> by less "invasive" code. This means that the
> updated fdshield no longer messes for example
> with the interrupt enabled / disabled state
> of the caller. The update should make fdshield
> generally more well-behaved. Note that nobody
> did yet report that fdshield froze his apps.
> Still an update should not hurt... :-).
> Get the updated fdshield at:
> [...]


This zip file did not include an lsm file.  Can you email me one, based 
on the previous LSM at


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