On 1/20/08, Eric Auer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> [...]
> If you use the 1.0 ISOs, you have to take care that they are
> meant for installing DOS on harddisk. You may prefer to make
> your own "use only, do not install" CD because of that. See
> the howtos online. A good DOS base can be the diskette distro
> from Rugxulo: http://rugxulo.googlepages.com/ which is also
> much newer than FreeDOS 1.0 :-).
> Eric

I don't think I'd recommend "rolling your own FreeDOS" to a user who
just said he's not comfortable in fixing Windows if he broke it.
Building your own FreeDOS distro is good for developers and IT
backoffice staff who need to have a custom FreeDOS environment, but I
still recommend installing in a virtual machine for casual FreeDOS


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