quick basic, maybe silly queston?

Janina Sajka janina at rednote.net
Thu Jan 17 12:46:16 EST 2008

You can still do this over a single drave. What you've conceptualized
can be achieved at the partition level, and deson't require separate

Also, FreeDOS can run stand alone on its own partition, so you could
build for that and integrate it into Linux whenever.

When integrated, you could do something like Alt-F1 to go to your DOS
life, then Alt-F2 to go to Linux, and Alt-F3 to go to another Linux
console where you had yet something else happening. For that matter, I
think you could have multiple DOS machines running and get around the
old DOS 640 memory barrier that way.


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