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been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.


The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

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1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

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   discuss FreeDOS issues.

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** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
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