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- Mar 2005
Originally Posted by cheetahman
09-23-2005 #22Originally Posted by jaboua
* Added a FreeDOS environment runnable from cdrom (previously known as ODIN bootdisk)
* Memtest86+ v1.40 has been updated on the bootdisk (option 1, then option 2)
* Smart Boot Manager v3.7.1r1 has been added to bootdisk (option 1, then option 3) so you can boot from cd/dvd on any 386 or newer system. It also eliminates potential buggy BIOS influences on the FreeDOS kernel.
* Installed FreeDOS configuration menu now so that the menu item with most available memory is the default choice.
* FreeDOS cdrom is now quite self-contained, and can be used without the special bootdisk. (If you do want the special bootdisk, obtain the latest one!)
* FreeDOS Kernel 2035-UNSTABLE (Bootdisk only, by Arkady, Lucho, Jeremy and others) This is an experimental branch of the FreeDOS kernel, for testing purposes only.
* UDMA2 driver, the successor to the PCI IDE UDMA accelerator driver (UDMA2 by Jack R Ellis)
* EMM386 and HIMEM version 1.13, now including experimental VDS support.
* EDIT version 0.82, fixing several bugs
* 8086 compatible CDEX component for cdrom drive(r)s on ancient x86 computer systems
You can start the LiveCD from DOS prompt. Boot your DOS and type:
(replace X: by your CDROM drive letter)
If you do not have DOS installed, or it is not able to access your CD,
try to boot from a diskette. You can use FreeDos from http://www.freedos.org
which has already a CD drivers included