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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 1/5
Section - - What are my alternatives for MS-DOS compatible OSes?

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 The FreeDOS Project (see <Q:02.11> [What and where is FreeDOS?]) has
 created an open source MS-DOS compatible operating system known as
 FreeDOS. Additionly, IBM has released an updated version of their PC-DOS
 known as PC-DOS 2000.

 Lineo currently owns the rights to DR-DOS, but they appear to no longer
 be developing or supporting it; however, one can still find DR-DOS and
 even CP/M on their FTP site: <ftp://ftp.lineo.com/pub/drdos/>

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Top Document: comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 1/5
Previous Document: - Is the source code MS-DOS available?
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