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From: "Laurent Champon" <laurent AT champon DOT be>
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Subject: Re: DOS + djgpp on today's PCs
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 19:10:19 +0200
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No problem on PII and PIII with DOS 5.0 and DJGPP.

Laurent Champon

"JT Williams" <jeffw AT darwin DOT sfbr DOT org> a écrit dans le message de news:
20020409163158 DOT GB19856 AT kendall DOT sfbr DOT org...
> I have never tried to install and use DOS on any post-486 PC.  Is it
> still possible these days to use plain DOS and djgpp (no Windoze)
> on today's PCs?  IOW, could I buy a notebook PC, eradicate the M$
> infestation, install DOS 5 + djgpp and be happy?  Or is working
> through a Windoze DOS box the only option these days?
> TIA/jtw

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