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Bootable PC-DOS usb drive

Posted 10-06-2016 at 09:23 PM by number22
Updated 10-07-2016 at 09:38 PM by number22

We need a system to run old DOS program. Microsoft's Win98 lacks proper memory management for modem computer with larger amount memory. We have PC-DOS (from IBM) lay around.

Basic setup: Syslinux + floppy image with boot.bss

Need create a empty floppy image on usb drive.(your usb is already fdisk with FAT16 partition, and mkfs.msdos formatted).
Code:
#mount -t msdos /dev/usbpartition# /mnt/usb
#cd /mnt/usb
#dd bs=512 count=2880 if=/dev/zero of=fd0.img
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