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Thu Nov 23 14:31:56 CST 2017
On 11/23/17 21:28, Noel Chiappa via cctalk wrote:
> > From: Liam Proven
> > TCP/IP basically postdates the MS-DOS era, in PC terms, and it's Bloaty
> > McBloatface.
> This must be a uSloth TCP/IP you are speaking of. There's the one from FTP
> software which was based on the one done at MIT which was freeware. That one
> was definitely DOS-era - it ran on DOS 1 and DOS 2. I think I have the MIT
> version somewhere if you have a use for it.
I would be interested.
> > But only someone who thinks that Emacs or Vi are usable editors could
> > think this was an appealing virtualisation solution.
> Epsilon! Even on Windows 95, it was a not-so-humungous 261KB. If Lugaru
> can't cough up a DOS version, I'm pretty sure I still have my DOS Epsilon
> distro disks somewhere. Of course, I would have to get a 5" floppy drive
> working... :-)
When your are talking about editors and DOS, the only answer is BRIEF!
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