[Freedos-user] Please send info about Internet connection

2008-10-27 Thread Alexandru Fira
  Today I tried Arachne and Gemweb on a Pentium I at the office and did not connect. There is a Realtek ethernet card.   Please tell me what to do. The packet drivers failed.   I am writing under Damn Small Linux on the same Pentium I.

[Freedos-user] DOSUSB,FDconfig,etc.

2008-10-27 Thread Kurt Godel
Most informative, and spurred me to search up 'config.sys'; I found that MSDOS and W3.11 have the config .sys as a regular text file,i.e., can use 'edit config.sys'; but W95 and up, must use 'sysedit', and must start it from Windows, that is: start,run,sysedit.. Never realized this

Re: [Freedos-user] DOSUSB,FDconfig,etc.

2008-10-27 Thread Marti van Lin
Kurt Godel wrote: Most informative, and spurred me to search up 'config.sys'; I found that MSDOS and W3.11 have the config .sys as a regular text file,i.e., can use 'edit config.sys'; but W95 and up, must use 'sysedit', and must start it from Windows, that is: start,run,sysedit.. Never

[Freedos-user] correction on config,etc.

2008-10-27 Thread Kurt Godel
pardon, I meant to say: 'sysedit' to view and edit config.sys for W95 and up; But now that I think of it, I had used either notepad or wordpad to edit 'config.nt ' in XP some time ago, in order to put ansi.sys in the DEVICE scheme; it went off without a hitch.  kurt  [EMAIL PROTECTED] .

[Freedos-user] FreeDOS-compatible modem dialer

2008-10-27 Thread David C. Kerber
Does anybody know of a DOS-compatible modem dialer? I use FreeDOS to do burn-in and acceptance testing of industrial data collection computers, and now I want to be able to test the modem (no, it's not a WinModem; it's a pci modem that looks like a com port). I don't need to actually make a

[Freedos-user] (no subject)

2008-10-27 Thread Kurt Godel
So how would I set up a dual boot system with both FreeDos and W98; I presume they would be in separate partitions? Or what about FreeDos on a 'logical' drive in W98?    kurt  [EMAIL PROTECTED]. - This SF.Net email

Re: [Freedos-user] (no subject)

2008-10-27 Thread David C. Kerber
You could even put them on the same partition, since freedos can handle FAT32 natively. IIRC, Win98 will set itself up as dual boot if there is already an OS on the partition when it's installed. -Original Message- From: Kurt Godel [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, October

[Freedos-user] Utility for getting cpu temps?

2008-10-27 Thread David C. Kerber
Does anybody have (or know of) a utility for getting the cpu temperatures under FreeDOS? That's well beyond my programming skills at the moment... Thanks! -- David Kerber Warren Rogers Associates (800)-972-7472 x-111 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Freedos-user] Utility for getting cpu temps?

2008-10-27 Thread Robert Riebisch
David C. Kerber wrote: Does anybody have (or know of) a utility for getting the cpu temperatures under FreeDOS? That depends on the CPU or motherboard chipset used. AFAIK current AMD Athlons, Intel Core 2 Duos Co all have a temperature diode built in. Probably Eric Auer knows more about this

Re: [Freedos-user] Utility for getting cpu temps?

2008-10-27 Thread David C. Kerber
-Original Message- From: Robert Riebisch [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, October 27, 2008 4:06 PM To: freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [Freedos-user] Utility for getting cpu temps? David C. Kerber wrote: Does anybody have (or know of) a utility for

Re: [Freedos-user] Utility for getting cpu temps?

2008-10-27 Thread Eric Auer
Hi David, RR, Does anybody have (or know of) a utility for getting the cpu temperatures under FreeDOS? That depends on the CPU or motherboard chipset used. AFAIK current AMD Athlons, Intel Core 2 Duos Co all have a temperature diode built in. Probably Eric Auer knows more about this

Re: [Freedos-user] win98 freedos dual boot

2008-10-27 Thread Eric Auer
Hi! You could even put them on the same partition, since freedos can handle FAT32 natively. IIRC, Win98 will set itself up as dual boot if there is already an OS on the partition when it's installed. True. You can also use a boot menu of your choice, for example a WinXP boot menu or the