Michael Horvath schreef:
> I have PocketDOS installed on my PDA. It loads a bootable version of 
> FreeDOS from a floppy disk image. I'm having trouble figuring out where 
> AUTOEXEC.BAT and FDCONFIG.SYS are located on this disk. Where can I find it?
>
> Second question: can anyone recommend a good text-based file manager 
> that uses few system resources? I've tried OpenGEM -- a graphical file 
> manager -- but it runs too slowly on my PDA.
>
>   
for config.sys only the root of the system is supported, and only the 
filenamed CONFIG.SYS and FDCONFIG.SYS (so for floppy most likely 
A:\FDCONFIG.SYS or A:\CONFIG.SYS)
for autoexec.bat, it's either AUTOEXEC.BAT or any other batchfile 
indicated by a SHELL= line in the (fd)config.sys file. We've used 
A:\AUTOEXEC.BAT, A:\FDAUTO.BAT, A:\FDOS\FDAUTO.BAT, things like that.


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