> Very good idea. And JEMMX as option - it has plugins, one might
> eventually write a "virtual SB16 to AC97 hardware" plugin for
> that plugin system. 

I uploaded a beta version of Jemm v5.6 (http://www.japheth.de/Jemm.html) which 
also includes samples for the "plugins". One sample is a 32bit protected-mode 
version of Jack R. Ellis' XCDROM driver, now as JLM requiring just 48 bytes 
DOS memory.

 > Another candidate might be DISPLAY, as that uses quite a bit of RAM.

Good idea. But why not a 32bit protected-mdoe VFAT driver which replaces the 
FreeDOS kernel as a whole? :)

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