> Hi. Shane Coughlan was the main person behind FreeGEM. It is a very
> nice GUI; I was also a fan of GEM back in the day.
> Shane's FreeGEM website at http://gem.shaneland.co.uk/ seems to have
> gone offline. But Shane and I arranged to mirror his FreeGEM releases
> on the FreeDOS files archive, and you can find the latest FreeGEM
> (version 6) at 
> http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-stuff/freedos/files/gui/opengem/6/
> Previous versions of FreeGEM are available at
> http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-stuff/freedos/files/gui/opengem/
> I'm glad you are using Free software such as FreeDOS. You'll be
> interested to know that FreeGEM is also Free software, distributed
> under the GNU GPL.
> -jh

I know this is free software released under GNU GPL: D is a wonderful
project and I use it for years, certainly in the future if I see some
bugs I report them here immediately.

I am a supporter of Free Software in Italy, I founded a cultural
movement called the Free Software GNU CODICE LIBERO and spread the
whole free software so even FreeDos: D

They are very valuable links that I've written you'll soon know what
the outcome, then certainly in future I want to create a. Iso freegem
integrated into the operating system and ask you some useful

thanks again


Cardi Francesco alias Il Parente
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