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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 1/5
Section - - What and where is FreeDOS?

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 The FreeDOS Project creates and maintains FreeDOS an open source
 operating system covered by the GNU General Public License. FreeDOS is a
 functional operating system; however, they have not yet reached their
 stated of goal of being able to run Windows and DOOM. The FreeDOS
 Project has not accessed any Microsoft source code and is creating
 FreeDOS from scratch.

 More information and the FreeDOS distribution itself can be found at:
 <http://www.freedos.org>

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