Mark Knecht wrote:
> Assuming nothing on the machine then install Linux and use grub as
> your boot loader. Leave an extra partition for FreeDOS later. Once
> Linux is up and running install FreeDOS on the extra partition and
> modify the grub config file to give you the additional boot option.
I've had good luck with doing the reverse. Setting up a partition for 
FreeDOS and installing it first and then installing Linux. Both Fedora 
and Ubuntu, and I imagine most modern distros, will detect FreeDOS on 
the partition and set up the boot loader accordingly.

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