Re: Woody on 486 problem
On Fri, Feb 16, 2007 at 04:21:27PM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
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> On 02/16/07 15:55, Mike McCarty wrote:
> > Ron Johnson wrote:
> >> On 02/16/07 14:45, Mike McCarty wrote:
> >>>> Why not install Linux and dosemu?
> >>> On a machine with 16MB? It fills a need I have as is.
> >> It would let you run multiple DOS sessions.
> > I repeat: It fills a need I have as is. I'd need to
> You are sooooo non-geeky.
> > put more disc on it, for one thing.
> >> OS/2 is also a *definite* option.
> > Ditto above.
> Really? I recall installing OS/2 3.0 on a 540MB HDD.
Right now I have Warp3 (red bind) on a 200mhz, 32 meg ram, IBM dsaa-336 (I
think that is model) 364 meg hd. Warp 4 is on this machine (different
I am only using 100 megs for warp3 and that is with latest fixpaks.
The machine is right behind me and plugged in ready to be turned on and used.
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