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FreeDOS 1.1 USB Boot Image

January 17th, 2012 20 comments

I’ve updated the FreeDOS USB boot image to now include the official FreeDOS 1.1 kernel, and command interpreter, now that it has been officially released.

FreeDOS USB Image: FreeDOS-1.1-USB-Boot.img.bz2

Size: 117652 bytes
SHA1: 7d8a3c73f9cfdc71611e3f7a5b7b134529179821

If you are looking for a FreeDOS 1.0 USB Boot Image, see my earlier post of the same title.

If you run in to trouble, take a look at the comments for 1.0 first, many will apply.  If that doesn’t solve your issue, leave a comment.

FreeDOS 1.0 USB Boot Image

August 13th, 2009 22 comments

Update (2012-01-17) new version available: FreeDOS 1.1 USB Boot Image
Update (2011-10-20) download the FreeDOS USB Image: FreeDOS-1.0-USB-Boot.img.bz2

I was trying to update the BIOS of my new SATA controller (a Syba SD-SATA2-4IR, or SD-81012336 – you decide), as the system will not boot with the RAID BIOS, unless you have a logical drive defined.  Since this fakeraid is generally garbage, and I’ll be using ZFS as well as gmirror, I thought I would try and work around it.

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