On 3/25/2014 12:38 PM, dmccunney wrote:
> The question we won't know till we see it is the terms under which the 
> source is released, and whether it may be used in derivative products. 
> (In particular, is there anything in DOS 1.1 or 2.0 that might be 
> incorporated into FreeDOS? I personally suspect not. It will be 
> interesting to see what early DOS looked like internally.)
Well, the terms are all spelled out right there where you download the 
files. It pretty much states that you can't really do anything with the 
code or "derived work"...


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