That's funny, because I thought that the master environment was controlled
by the kernel.sys?
Maybe they can add a switch that forces the environment be loaded in
upper ram instead of conventional?


-Chris
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Http://tawhakisoft.com/nxdos.html


On Thursday, July 4, 2013, Bertho Grandpied wrote:

> Hi List !
>
> I've seemed to notice Command.com locates its master environment block at
> the top of conventional memory, just under the video (and under a BIOS
> defined extended bios data aka EBDA, if any).
>
> Is this behaviour user-controllable with some switch while loading FreeCOM
> ? Or otherwise, depending on the global FDConfig ? I could not find a way
> to change this - which is not a good design decision overall IMHO, at least
> not if it can't be overridden  :-(
>
> Regards
>
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