> 
> I can't imagine anyone taking stuff from a FreeDOS 1.2 release and
> *wanting* to issue it as a commercial product.  Rex released 4DOS as
> open source because it was no longer selling.  The world had moved on
> from MSDOS and 16 bit, and so had he.
> ______
> Dennis

It is not an impossibility. For example, the current version of the commercial 
product
SpinRite runs on a FreeDOS boot CD. Although,  I hear the next version will be
adding Mac Support and dropping all Operating System for direct hardware access.
So, not the entire world has moved on yet.

Jerome
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