Hi,

On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 2:47 AM, NA <plu...@robinson-west.com> wrote:
>
> Thank you for the heads up on fdupdate. I have a Linux from scratch
> system that is Pentium III compatible, but that particular system
> doesn't have X.

Wget? Curl? Ftp? Lynx? Links? Elinks? W3m?

> I suppose I can get the files for freedos onto my
> network somehow and then use LFS NFS root to get them onto the
> Pentium III where freedos can reach them.  For that matter, I should
> be able to download the updates using Windows 2000.

Ever tried the (fake, XP-ish) SwsVPkt?

> If only I had access to burnable cdrom media at the moment...

No USB drive? Ever tried RUFUS?

> Not being able to network freedos is advantageous sometimes, but when
> it comes to updating it is a real nuisance.

Well, dare I say it, it's basically stable already ... except for some
very minor nits. The "BASE" probably? doesn't need many fixes.

> I hate having to work around problems like this.

Unavoidable.

> On old computers, having to worry about Windows and/or Dos licenses is a real 
> nuisance.

If only that were our only problem!

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