> Should OTOH you (and the FreeDOS project at large) wish to offer the
> free XBDA mover as a supplement/alternative to FreeDOS's internal, I'll
> contact you for arranging the mirroring. It's a simple, robust and
> tiny DOS device driver coded in ASM, a few hundred bytes altogether.
it probably should be merged into the kernel, or actually used as a
blue print to fix the bug (?) in the current kernel that prevents the
XBDA move.

> On the other hand, if FreeCOM hasn't been revised since 2001,
nobody said that.


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