Usb and flash chips work well on DOS. Load your files on a flash chip.
A little work in moving the chip around but should work unless you don't
have usb.

cheers
DS

On Fri, 01 Aug 2014 14:23:41 +0200 Mateusz Viste <mate...@viste.fr>
writes:
> Hello,
> 
> That's a question to those of you who happen to still keep an oldish 
> 
> hardware machine dedicated to DOS tasks...
> 
> How do you transfer files between your main computer and your 
> FreeDOS-powered machine ?
> 
> Myself, I haven't found any really creative solution so far, and 
> rely on 
> one of these:
>   - using the DOS port of SCP (this works both ways, but not very 
> user-friendly)
>   - putting files on my gopher server, and fetching them from my DOS 
> PC 
> using a gopher client (works only if I need to copy files TO the DOS 
> 
> workstation, but not the other way around)
> 
> Obviously, both solutions are quite annoying. Best would be to have 
> some 
> kind of file manager similar to Norton Commander that would allow 
> accessing a remote network drive from DOS...
> 
> Just wondering how others do.
> 
> Back in old days I was using the LapLink application. It was 
> primarily 
> targeted to serial/parallel file transfers, but IIRC since v5.00 
> network 
> transfers were supported, too. Anyway, it's not really an option 
> anymore, since it needs a LapLink program running on both sides, so 
> it 
> would still be a nice (although non-free) solution for DOS -> DOS 
> transfers, but not if your 'real' workstation is running Linux or 
> FreeBSD (or Windows, but hopefully nobody uses that anymore) ;)
> 
> Mateusz
> 
>
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