According to the docs (README.txt), I should be able to
within dos type 'lredir' to show the maps.
I do, and I get:
ERROR: bad command or filename
Oh, I see.
The problem is the default path isn't set to contain C:\DOSEMU . That
might be a good idea.
There's no autoexec.bat in the default dosemu. Therefore there is no
Adding an autoexec.bat with a mimimal configuration seems like
a good idea.
*** Bug 2225 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
All the documentation files are difficult to read. For
example, README.txt has text like this:
------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 05/27/99 16:38 -------
They're like that in the source tar-ball. Shrug?
------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 06/03/99 05:12 -------
Distributing unreadable documentation because "that's what came with
the package" is silly.
The distributed version of freedos would not read autoexec.bat and
config.sys. I updated to beta2 of freedos and now autoexec.bat and
config.sys are properly read.
Added a minimal config.sys and autoexec.bat to put c:\dosemu in the
I now run s/.^H//g on all documentation to remove the ^H's.
Also added all of the freedos dos utilities and vim to the default
hdimage in dosemu-freedos. Now the distributed hdimage is actually
As an aside; lredir, although it is in the path now, will not work in
the distributed freedos hdimage. Generating a hdimage with msdos will
allow lredir to work if you load the emufs.sys driver in your
SRPM is waiting for jbj in my home directory
Built for dist 6.1