This category is on information related to FreeDOS, a project which goal is to create a complete, free, 100% MS- and PC-DOS compatible operating system (OS).
Open-Source replacement for commercial DOS command.com
Complete, free, MS-DOS compatible operating system with no enhancements or advanced features such as multitasking, protected mode operation, GUI.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
To extend abilities of FreeDOS into native 32-bit system, based on simple, fully expandable, modular core; features like memory protection, multitasking, support for many filesystems can be added by external components. [Open Source, GPL]
Goal: create free, documentation for the project, collaborate in all related issues, including How-to's and mini How-to's, hosting FreeDOS wiki.
Frequent updates with the latest FreeDOS kernel developments.
A place for translators centralizing the translations of various FreeDOS packages.
FreeDOS WebRing start page.
Home of FDOS: FreeDOS Distribution Of Sorts, 386+ for DOS/Win32. Also mirrors items of interest to FreeDOS developers, users; main and Spanish FreeDOS sites.
Home of FreeDOS Install program.
Offers mini FreeDOS distributions on floppy diskettes.
An online update tool for the FreeDOS operating system. It allows to install/remove software on a FreeDOS installation using online repositories.
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