> I'm on a 486 DX2 66 EISA bus, no VLB. 20 megs of SIMM ram, 30 pin.
> Is there a copy of memtest86+ for freedos, it would be silly if this
> turned out to be a bad memory problem.
There is a 2003 exe version of memtest (memtest, memtest86, memtest86+
whatever... I only remember it was one of the right family :-)) on my
You can (or maybe should) run it with HIMEM loaded but you must not
have EMM386 loaded. You can use my "memteste" binary as SHELL if you
want to create a really small DOS bootdisk with memtest.
> REM if not "%config%"=="4" LH FDAPM APMDOS
Why not? :-p
> if not "%config%"=="4" C:\FDOS\drivers\net\crynwr\ne2000 0x60 12 0x280
It might be better to let the driver autodetect port and IRQ.
I also suggest trying if things run more stable without the
network packet driver and/or without emm386 or better jemm386.
> lh doslfn
Heavy driver ;-)
> set PATH=%PATH%;%DOSDIR%\emacs
> set PATH=%PATH%;%DOSDIR%\SETEDIT
> SET PATH=%PATH%;%DOSDIR%\vim\vim70
> SET PATH=%PATH%;%DOSDIR%\fbc
> SET PATH=%PATH%;%DOSDIR%\PACIFIC\BIN
> SET PATH=%PATH%;d:\iomega
This gives you a long PATH, maybe you should reduce that a bit.
If your country is USA with VGA BIOS codepage anyway,
you probably do not need this. If you do not use the devel /
unstable kernel, the country sys file will be ignored.
That is a lot :-)
Something about sound? Did you try without it?
> SHELLHIGH=C:\FDOS\bin\command.com C:\FDOS\bin /E:1024 /P=C:\autoexec.
That is the default anyway, so you can say "/P" instead of "/P=...".
An empty item? How about "4?echo you selected 4" instead?
> utime(fdupdate.tab): Input or output error (EIO)
> If I press y, the computer crashes.
As Jim said - curl defaults to "show file contents" and
not to "download to file" unless you use -o, maybe this
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