All About Linux: A Concise Guide to Installing and Using FreeDOS ver 1.0 in GNU/Linux
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Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
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"I have always looked at the DOS operating system with some
nostalgia. At a time when networking as you see now was confined to
some labs or universities in the US, and one had to put up
exclusively with floppies to transfer data from one computer to
another, DOS was a big player atleast on the home front. I have
fond memories of playing games such as pacman, Dig Dug, galaga...
"I clearly remember the Win 3.1 operating system which was
entirely built on top of MS-DOS. But when networking between
computers became more common, Dos (or MS-DOS as it was known)
started revealing its shortcomings as it is not a network operating
system and was designed to be run on standalone machines..."