Michael Robinson schrieb:
>> I'm not certain about what is crashing.  Changing to curl makes no
>> difference at all.  This works on my Pentium 4, so I suspect there is
>> something specific to my 486 that is causing the problem.  I wish the
>> crash message was more descriptive.  A dump of the processor's registers
>> and more than 2 near fnodes does not tell me what crashed.  Did
>> command.com crash?  Was there an invalid memory reference because I 
>> need to exclude a certain region and don't know about it?  If someone
>> else has a real DTK 486 DX2-66 that uses 30 pin memory, I'd appreciate
>> an attempt by them to reproduce this problem.  I have tried running
>> only fdapm, ne2000, mouse, DOSLFN, command, and system.  I still get
>> kernel panic, system halted.  I have 20 megs of ram, memtest says that
>> the memory is fine.  Could the order I have the chips plugged in in
>> be a problem?  Which bank needs to be 1 meg chips?
> While fdupdate doesn't work, I am retrieving a file off of an ftp server
> using wget.  I don't think wget is crashing.  It is running awfully slow
> though, could be because I don't have himem loaded.
> One thing I'm wondering about, does freedos work when serial ports are
> overlapped?  The standard thing to do for 4 serial ports is to do
> com1 and com3 on irq 4 with com2 and com4 on irq 3.  More than 2 near
> fnodes, does that have something to do with overlapping serial ports?
> Please note that I've tried dos memtest and it isn't showing any memory
> errors.
> MS DOS 6.22 has a tool that graphically shows a representation of
> memory, I think it was called msd.  Is there an equivalent for freedos?
> My isa nic is a DE220PT in non pnp mode, has anyone had problems using
> these under freedos?
> Please note that ssh2dos works.
> Every network application except for fdupdate seems to work okay.
> What is an fnode?  What does a message that more than 2 near fnodes
> are opened mean?
> Please someone, try fdupdate v0.54 on a real 486 with 30 pin memory,
> maybe you'll run into the same problem that I am having.
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