>>      Install Freedos on the second primary
>>      partition.
> Yep, that's what I should have done.  The HOWTO sure gave the
> imporession that it would automagically share a parition.  I'll
> probably jsut shrink the FreeDOS FAT partition and dual-boot
> Linux.

It's easy on Linux, specially with grub.

The trick is: have two primary partitions, one of them active, none 
hidden. There is a command in GRUB to change tha active partition "on 
the fly" prior to boot.

The advantage is that nothing needs to be special, each run in C: and 
the other is still available (at the last letter)


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