And apparently, it's this file which doesn't support USB keyboard in
some computers. But I'm unable to see how to replace kernel (or even
sys.com) inside it.
Is there any plan to release a new fdbasecd.iso?
Yes. Soon, but no definite date yet.
File the bug report on the sourceforge site bug tracker. I don't have a
computer handy to provide better links/details. I believe there is a
distribution option, but if you can assign it to me. Thank you.
It is an option of the sys.com config command and sets a flag in the actual
Please see http://www.fdos.org/kernel/sys/
You can run sys config before or after running format /s (which just runs
sys drive) as long as the kernel.sys you modify is the one used.
Yes depending on
Please try the kernel build (8086,FAT32) at
http://www.fdos.org/kernel/testing/olb/ and let me know if this one also
works for you. It is a variation of the mentioned patch.
This patch in its simplest form updates the characters in the common
separators and terminators.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 6:04 PM, Don Flowers donr...@gmail.com wrote:
As a user for whom 2 kernels were modified, I just wanted to add to the
With regard to the official kernel, even as one who uses quite obscure DOS
programs, the compatibility is remarkable. I
It looks like a command.com issue not debug. What shell are you using?
On May 27, 2015 2:04 PM, Don Flowers donr...@gmail.com wrote:
I'm was using version 1.25 and using a batch file to reinit my Lotus
1-2-3 install disk. I booted into DOS 5.0 and am using it now. This is the
I saw on another email, it is a known technical issue and being worked on.
No estimate on resolution but confirmation not down on purpose.
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On Jun 8, 2016 2:05 PM, "Bret Johnson" wrote:
> This actually sounds similar to a problem I was having with FreeDOS,
which I needed to work around in my programs. In my case, the problem is
actually with how FreeDOS allocates memory. I don't know for sure if this
Have tried with latest* kernel, there is a fixed bug in int 25/26 that may
You may want to try RIFS as well, it has source, but I don't recall if it
used serial, parallel, or either but did work with FreeDOS kernel as well
as it did with PCDOS.
* I'm releasing updated version this
Something else that should work if you don't want to modify it, add /low
option which will also bypass the problematic code.
Tom's workaround will be in svn kernel soon, but I need to do some more
testing as I'm still getting crashes, but haven't determined if its because
of memory managers,
Some replies intermixed, on my phone so hopefully readable.
On May 19, 2016 3:33 PM, "Don Flowers" wrote:
> >UMBPCI - Listed as free, No sources, Not Included.
> Conditions and Download
> The original version came from the german
On Sat, May 7, 2016 at 10:02 AM, Don Flowers wrote:
>>Other than Package and Package Data updates, no further updates are
>>planned for FDI before FreeDOS 1.2 Final.
> No KERNEL update?
> On Sat, May 7, 2016 at 9:55 AM, Jerome E. Shidel Jr.
On Jan 15, 2017 11:23 AM, "Dale E Sterner" wrote:
what does MITM'd mean.
man in the middle
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On Mar 23, 2017 9:32 PM, "Dennis Fenton" wrote:
After some research I decided FreeDOS would be a good replacement for
To my dismay I found that the boot disk image is too big to fit on a
What program are you using to write the image to your floppy? Boot
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