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16-bit DPMI & Dosx

GNU_man
Hello, does anyone know of a freeware DOS extender for 286? Also perhaps a 16-DPMI since not all extenders have built in DMPI services. Opensource would be best so i can look at the source code.
 
 The only one i've seen is DOS16M which is not free. I don't have Turbo C 3+ either so i can't use the one that comes with it.
 
 
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Re: 16-bit DPMI & Dosx

Michael Devore
At 02:54 PM 5/27/2005 -0700, you wrote:

>Hello, does anyone know of a freeware DOS extender for 286? Also perhaps a
>16-DPMI since not all extenders have built in DMPI services. Opensource
>would be best so i can look at the source code.
>
>  The only one i've seen is DOS16M which is not free. I don't have Turbo C
> 3+ either so i can't use the one that comes with it.

If you simply want 16-bit DPMI support, that can be found in various (or at
least one) 32-bit DOS extender(s).  Other than that, you probably out of
luck other than roll your own and pick up code fragments, partials, or
homebrew code floating around the web.

There are at a minimum two other 16-bit DOS extenders that are not open
source or free, which isn't much help.




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