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  MSDOS - Information on the XT, AT, 8086, 386DX, 486DX and Unix systems.
MSDOS still imposed the restrictions of 640K of RAM for use by itself, and it was not until MSDOS version 5.0 was released where official support above 640K of RAM started to occur.
MSDOS is still written in the old 8086 code format, and does not take advantage of the better or faster instructions provided by the 80386 processor.
The MSDOS system resides on diskette (3.5" or 5.25") and the system files may be transferred to a hard disk unit.
www.pcxt-micro.com /msdos-overview.html   (1074 words)

 msdos memory types
MSDOS is still restricted by the old limitations of the 8086 processor of using 640K of memory for running MSDOS programs.
MSDOS has not been re- written to keep pace with developing hardware, and as each new version of MSDOS has appeared, it has remained backward compatible with old machines (ie, still runs on a PC with 640K of memory).
MSDOS remember, is written in the old 8086 instructions, so it cannot take advantage of the super improved chip and its extra functionality.
physinfo.ulb.ac.be /cit_courseware/msdos/msdos04.htm   (1143 words)

The cheap way to get it is to 004 * do a lookup in the MSDOS directory for each 005 * entry processed by the readdir() function.
If the file 062 * was modified during an MSDOS session, at least 063 * mtime will be meaningful.
231 * 232 * It is expected that the Linux MSDOS file system 233 * keeps the same pseudo inode when a rename operation 234 * is done on a file in the same directory.
lug.oregonstate.edu /lxr/source/fs/umsdos/specs?v=2.6.5   (2115 words)

 MSDOS for Single Board Computers
MSDOS is widely used in disk-based embedded systems where full DOS compatibility is needed.
MSDOS can be loaded from traditional disk drives or from solid-state disks.
It has memory management that allows most of MSDOS to be loaded into extended memory on computers with 386 or higher processors.
www.embeddedsys.com /subpages/products/MSDOS.shtml   (265 words)

 GNUish MSDOS Project - GNUish Msdos Contents
DJ Delorie made a 32-bit 80386 MSDOS extender with symbolic debugger, a C/C++ compiler with utilities, development libraries, and source code.
GNUish MSDOS has not selected any current port yet, but many are available.
GNU Emacs has indeed been ported to 80386 MSDOS by Manabu Higashida and Hirano Satoshi, under the name Demacs, using DJ Delorie port of GNU C. The current version is 1.2.0 91-12-12.
www.math.utah.edu /docs/info/MSDOS_5.html   (1039 words)

 The MSDOS Prompt and Batch Files   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
MSDOS can also be accessed from the Programs Menu, which you can access with the START button.
Both of these commands tell MSDOS precisely how to get to the root, the one from which all other subdirectories on the disk are descended from.
The other filename is the MSDOS name, which you need to use while you're in MSDOS mode.
www.nfinity.com /~exile/dosprompt.htm   (1808 words)

 Specification of the Umsdos file system for LINUX
We don't rely on MSDOS for mtime for directory because the MSDOS directory date is creation time (strange MSDOS behavior) which fit nowhere in the three UNIX time stamp.
The logic is that MSDOS is already figuring out what to do for directories and does nothing for other files.
During a readdir operation, if the file is not in the MSDOS directory anymore, the entry is removed from the EMD file silently.
www.solucorp.qc.ca /umsdos/umsdos.11.html   (1631 words)

 MSDOS, PCDOS, DR-DOS, PTSDOS, FreeDOS, OpenDOS for use on Intel hardware - 16 Bit versions
MSDOS v6.22's defrag.exe, format.com and msd.exe are within the free download of these sfx-archives and do not require expand.exe, they are not compressed.
MSDOS v6.22 command.co_, doshelp.hl_, drvspace.ex_, drvspace.bi_, scandisk.ex_, scandisk.in_, setver.ex_, and smartdrv.ex_ are compressed (note the use of the underline character) and require the use of expand.exe to return them to their proper sizes.
OLDDOS.EXE (836.15 kB) MSDOS utilities that were not included with the original distribution of W95.
www.devedia.com /dosghost/dos/dos_vers.asp   (3223 words)

 msdos assignment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The amount of conventional memory available to MSDOS applications is [1 mark].................................................................................
Reboot the computer and use the mem command to determine the amount of free conventional memory for MSDOS applications.
The amount of conventional memory available to MSDOS applications is.................................................................................
goforit.unk.edu /msdos/msdosw.htm   (860 words)

As Windows 95 and MS-DOS both are from the house of Microsoft, they knew MSDOS was the better OS.
Therefore, they included a way to install both MSDOS and Windows 95 on the same system.
WIN95 to MSDOS means: You and your computer are very happy running DOS.
www.fortunecity.com /skyscraper/capacity/517/dos/msdosw95.htm   (1046 words)

 The |STAT Home Page and Handbook : Introduction to the Package
On MSDOS, the programs run on versions 2.X through 3.X. MSDOS versions earlier than 2.0 may not support the pipes often used with STAT programs, and MSDOS version 4.0 formats are not compatible.
Space requirements for MSDOS are about 1 megabyte of disk space, and at least 96 kilobytes of main memory.
The UNIX and MSDOS environments are similar, at least as far as STAT is concerned, but many command names differ.
www.acm.org /~perlman/stat/intro.html   (1142 words)

 MSDOS-Basics at CodePedia
MSDOS is a non-graphical single user operating system.
Today, MSDOS is no longer supported by Microsoft as an independent operating system, however, the DOS box of Windows works as efficient and fast than the former operating system.
Each MSDOS command supports at least one or more parameters.
www.codepedia.com /1/MSDOS-Basics   (275 words)

The GNUish MSDOS project selected it because it works both on MSDOS and UNIX, and all the sources are freely available.
GNU Emacs has indeed been ported to 80386 MSDOS by Manabu Higashida and Hirano Satoshi, under the name Demacs, using DJ Delorie port of GNU C. The current version is 1.2.0, 91-12-12, and corresponds to Emacs 18.55 with some changes from Emacs 18.57.
They were made up after the GNUish MSDOS project, not before, and their intent is to help to keep to project moving, not to change its definition or meaning.
www.cs.utah.edu /dept/old/texinfo/msdos/msdos.html   (3050 words)

 Msdos Programs - StartPro, EasyConsole, COMM-DRV/Lib Standard Edition, ...
Lets you navigate in drives and through folders using Windows issuing MSDOS c...
Lets you navigate in drives and through folders using Windows issuing MSDOS commands on a slave DOS console.
Previously we would pay $15 per seat for another product (10 seats $100) and security is even better on iProconference.
www.softchecker.com /files/msdos.html   (637 words)

 MSDOS and win3.1 install and help Guides
Check out this section, which is dedicated to MSDOS, there are many commands covered including debug, format, copy, plus many more.
Setup Switches are used when installing windows from MSDOS prompt, they can come in very handy, check out what they can do...
MSDOS Commands, Preinstall Checklist, Save Settings, and Tips and Tricks.
www.windowsreinstall.com /indexmsdos.htm   (476 words)

 GNUish MSDOS Project - Project Definition
GNUish MSDOS was first organized with small IBM PC's in mind, that is, 8088 and 80286 based systems.
The overall idea is to provide a GNU like environment for MSDOS, easy to get, and easy to install, as far as possible.
The GNUish MSDOS project wants to consider itself as part of the GNU project, rather than a mere aggregation of binaries.
www.math.utah.edu /docs/info/MSDOS_1.html   (630 words)

 MsDos 7.0 from Windows 95/98
As a DOS, MsDos 7 is just like MsDos 6 except that you have support for long file names.
For those of you who are running Windows 3 on a network and are scared of running Windows 95/98 because you are used to running Windows from DOS, separating the DOS should make things easier for you.
Some of you may be using a dual boot system so that you can boot your old MsDos 6 and run programs without having Windows loaded.
www.ctyme.com /msdos7.htm   (1224 words)

 overview of msdos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The first is that it does not include a maths processor inside, and the second is that it is limited to addressing 16Mbytes of RAM.
backup backup files to another disk format format a disk for use by MSDOS print print a file restore restore a backed up file(s) from disk xcopy copy a range of files and sub-directories
Making a MSDOS system diskette using the sys command
goforit.unk.edu /msdos/msdos03.htm   (1136 words)

In most cases, you will simply use Windows Explorer to double-click on your MSDOS application, and the rest will be taken care of automatically.
For most of DYNACOMP's MSDOS software, you will probably not even need to look up the program name in your manual.
Once in the MSDOS window, you will will be living in the MSDOS world.
www.dynacompsoftware.com /ebay/MSDOS.HTM   (1116 words)

 DOS, MSDOS, PCDOS, DR-DOS, OpenDOS, FreeDOS, PTSDOS, and 16 bit Windows v3.1, v3.11 and WFWG - Index page for the 16 ...
MSDOS, DRDOS, PCDOS, FreeDOS, OpenDOS, PTSDOS, Windows v3.1, WFWG, or other 16 bit OS users will find advice, information, and links to free downloads at this website for users of the 8088, 8086, 80286, 80386, and newer Intel platform hardware when booting up any version of MSDOS, DR-DOS, FreeDOS, OpenDOS, PCDOS, PTSDOS, W31, or WFWG.
This website even has links to a free download of a CPM v2.2 professionally written emulator, Free downloads of MINIX, mini-installs of Linux, and Knoppix the zero-install full-blown Debian based Linux that executes entirely from a compressed CD image using a ram drive.
On the DOS Versions page there are links to download free MSDOS updates directly from the Microsoft FTP server and at the Windows page there are links for free downloads of Windows v3.x and WFWG update files available from Microsoft's own FTP server.
www.devedia.com /dosghost/dos/dosw31.asp   (750 words)

 tofrodos: Convert text files to/from MSDOS/Windows/Unix (freeware)
Tofrodos is a text file conversion utility that converts ASCII files between the MSDOS (or Windows) format, which traditionally have CR/LF (carriage return/line feed) pairs as their new line delimiters, and the Unix format, which usually have LFs (line feeds) to terminate each line.
It is a useful utility to have around when you have to convert files between MSDOS (or Windows) and Unix/Linux/BSD (and her clones and variants).
If you are a maintainer of one of the Linux distributions that uses tofrodos, please update your version of tofrodos to the current version.
www.thefreecountry.com /tofrodos   (930 words)

 Retoring Dual-boot: MSDOS and W2K
07-11-04 10:52 PM My Server/Clients have been set-up to dual-boot to either MSDOS or W2K; the former being used primarily for "disaster" recovery, with MSDOS level Diagno stic/Network and other Utilities, including a hardware Modem and MSDOS-based Web-browser and e-Mail app lications.
W2K; the former being used primarily for "disaster" recovery, with MSDOS = level Diagnostic/Network and other Utilities, including a hardware Modem = and MSDOS-based Web-browser and e-Mail applications.
resorting to a "Dummy" install of W2K, with MSDOS-boot active, and my = then having, from MSDOS to remove the "Dummy" install, restoring the = original Registry Configuration from the backup; and the attendant = nonsense of deleting all the superfluous folders created by that dummy = install.
www.webservertalk.com /message303487.html   (1131 words)

 Msdos Software: COMM-DRV/Lib Standard Edition, StartPro, commandLine .NET, GREPPES Text Tools, UrthWurm, ...
Msdos Software: COMM-DRV/Lib Standard Edition, StartPro, commandLine.NET, GREPPES Text Tools, UrthWurm,...
Professional serial communication library DLL for Windows MSDOS libraries Supports ZModem YModem XModem file transfer prot...
StartPro allows users to add and remove programs located in the Registry Startup folder and win ini file that load during...
www.windfile.com /find/msdos   (294 words)

These guides are for the commonest MSDOS commands that you will use for Windows and DOS troubleshooting.
MSDOS FDISK Guide - how to setup, delete, configure partitions, including new updated FDISK program
How to Extract Files for Windows 95 in MSDOS
www.msdos.windowsreinstall.com   (109 words)

 Revive Old Software on Your PC!
MSDOS version with a debuger is also included.
As time goes by, old hardware breaks down and replacements become harder to find.
With each product bought, you also get free lifetime updates by email, as long as the product is being updated and you keep it to yourself (as opposed to passing it around to other people).
fms.komkon.org /EmuWindows   (800 words)

 UK Mirror Service: MSDOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
For more information, please visit the GNAT web site now part of a commercial support company founded by the original developers of GNAT.
Info-ZIP provides Open Source tools for creating, extracting and manipulating Zip archives, and can be used as a cross-platform alternative to the commercial compression and archiving utilities PKZIP and WinZip.
PDP++ is a C++ computer programme designed for the modelling and study of neural networks in biopsychology.
www.mirrorservice.org /platforms/microsoft/dos   (738 words)

 Linux HeadQuarters - Backup-With-MSDOS mini-HOWTO: The technique
mknod /tmp/tapepipe p rsh msdos dd of=/dev/ftape < /tmp/tapepipe and localbackup /tmp/tapepipe
mknod /tmp/tapepipe p rsh -n msdos dd if=/dev/ftape >> /tmp/tapepipe and localrecovery /tmp/tapepipe
rsh -n -l tapeuser msdos dd if=/dev/ftape
www.linuxhq.com /ldp/howto/Backup-With-MSDOS-2.html   (1572 words)

 msdos/vfat - LinuxQuestions.org
If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place.
Are msdos and vfat types same or different?
(1) msdos is FAT (FAT16) as used by MS DOS and early versions of Win95.
www.linuxquestions.org /questions/showthread.php?t=24822   (347 words)

 os_msdos.txt - html version
Last modification: 1998 Jun 03 VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar *msdos* *ms-dos* This file contains the particularities for the MS-DOS version of Vim.
Additionally, there are a number of common Win32 and DOS items: File locations dos-locations
It can include anything in the VIM window: the output of a :!dir, for example.
www.polarhome.com /vim/manual/v53/os_msdos.html   (1623 words)

 Vim documentation: os_msdos
Last change: 2001 Sep 03 VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar *msdos* *ms-dos* *MSDOS* *MS-DOS* This file contains the particularities for the MS-DOS version of Vim.
Vim can't read swap files that have been opened already, unless the "share" command has been used.
If you see stray warnings for existing swap files, include the "share" command in your config.sys or autoexec.bat (see your MSDOS documentation).
www.vim.org /htmldoc/os_msdos.html   (1790 words)

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