On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 5:29 AM, Michael C. Robinson
<plu...@robinson-west.com> wrote:
>> Anyways, you can actually dual boot both FreeDOS and MS-DOS. See MetaKern.
>> http://www.freedos.org/software/?prog=metakern
> The person may not want to dual boot.

It's not as bad because you can use the same FAT16 partition. So you
really only have to change the boot sector, not much else. Even most
pre-existing MS-DOS software (obviously) will still work.

> Too bad there isn't a free
> alternative to Windows 3.x that is just as good and capable of running
> the same software.

WINE has some support for Win 3.x software, believe it or not. It's
not perfect, but it's better than nothing. (Oops, was almost going to
say "Linux's WINE", but that's not correct. A quick check shows
FreeBSD and Solaris support too.)


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