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Roy J. Tellason
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Thu Aug 3 22:21:07 CDT 2006
On Thursday 03 August 2006 08:38 pm, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> Maybe, but Linux doesn't have anything like the old QNX demo--an OS and
> browser that boots from a single 1.44MB floppy:
Back then it was pretty impressive stuff. As were a few other things. I did
a little bit of poking around there and ended up on the page for Desqview/X,
something I've always wanted to try and play with a bit. They say:
"With a DOS TCP/IP network present DESQview/X can run applications remotely."
Does that mean that there isn't any networking support in DV/X itself? (Still
having idle thoughts about dos-type stuff with TCP/IP networking somehow.
Anybody know what dr-dos uses for a protocol offhand?
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