Quick question before I do something silly?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Wed Jan 16 16:55:22 UTC 2008

Nice to know that the partition will work.  I will not be using a virtual 

On Tue, 15 Jan 2008, Tony Baechler wrote:

> Hi,
> Linux reads fat32 just fine.  I've used it to recover drives before.  I would 
> suggest using FreeDOS.  It has finally passed the version 1.0 mark and seems 
> fairly stable, at least on a virtual machine.  Also it's shipped with dosemu 
> if you wanted to run your DOS programs under Linux for whatever reason. 
> Several years ago, I ran Windows 98 and Linux on one machine.  It worked but 
> I think FreeDOS is probably better.  Of course there is OpenDOS but it 
> doesn't seem as stable to me and isn't as open source.  FreeDOS obviously is 
> completely open source and has several CD images to pick from.  It seemed to 
> work well with a screen reader, again on a virtual machine.
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