On Mon, Feb 01, 2016 at 11:11:22PM -0500, Corbin Davenport wrote:
> Hello all,
> I wanted to share a FreeDOS distribution I released today, called Cobalt.
> Cobalt is a free operating system heavily based on FreeDOS, that aims to
> make using DOS much easier. This is mostly done by having over a dozen DOS
> utilities and drivers pre-installed, making it a much more complete
> operating system out of the box.
> Some of the programs included are 4DOS, CuteMouse, DOSLFN, DOSIDLE, HIMEM,
> and more. It also has it's own installer, and can optionally add the
> FreeDOS Shell at installation.
> I've been testing it in VirtualBox and it works pretty well, but I would be
> interested in hearing feedback from others. You can get Cobalt as a
> bootable CD image here <https://github.com/corbindavenport/cobalt/releases> 
> and
> more information is available here
> <https://github.com/corbindavenport/cobalt>.
> Corbin

Does Cobalt come with network support? Would make it very interesting...
How large would its disk footprint be? I'm looking for something that could
be PXE'd...


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