Digital Research DOS, known as DR-DOS, DOS compatible operating system that has been owned by many companies and known by several names over its history. It was originally developed by the makers of CP-M, one of the oldest operating systems for the x86 architecture. DR-DOS was later purchased by Novell and known as Novell DOS. Caldera Systems then bought Novell DOS and renamed it OpenDOS. Caldera then renamed the product back to DR-DOS. Caldera then spun off the company known as Lineo and transferred ownership of DR-DOS to Lineo. DR-DOS DOS x86 Operating Systems Software Computers.
DR-DOS ( DR DOS, without hyphen up to and including v6.0) is an operating system of the DOS family, written for IBM PC - compatible personal computers. (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: DR-DOS is an operating system of the DOS family, written for IBM PC-compatible personal computers. It was originally developed by Gary Kildall's Digital Research and derived from Concurrent PC DOS 6.0, which was an advanced successor of CP/M-86. As ownership changed, various later versions were produced with names including Novell DOS and Caldera OpenDOS.
- CP/M - CP/M, originally standing for Control Program/Monitor and later Control Program for Microcomputers, is a mass-market operating system created for Intel 8080/85-based microcomputers by Gary Kildall of Digital Research, Inc. Initially confined to single-tasking on 8-bit processors and no more than...
- MP/M - MP/M is a discontinued multi-user version of the CP/M operating system, created by Digital Research developer Tom Rolander in 1979. It allowed multiple users to connect to a single computer, each using a separate terminal.
- DOS Plus - DOS Plus was the first operating system developed by Digital Research's OEM Support Group in Newbury, Berkshire, UK, first released in 1985. DOS Plus 1.0 was based on CP/M-86 Plus combined with the PCMODE emulator from Concurrent PC DOS 4.11.
- Multiuser DOS - Multiuser DOS is a real-time multi-user multi-tasking operating system for IBM PC-compatible microcomputers.
- MarioNet split web browser - The MarioNet Internet Appliance is an application that runs on a server and sends pre-rendered graphical images to a light-weight client for display.
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- Growing DR-DOS www
Growing article, DR-DOS, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia. DR-DOS.
- Growing OpenDOS www
Growing article, OpenDOS, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia. OpenDOS.
- Links, Unofficial DR-DOS Resources www
Links, DR-DOS Resources, install and use tips, FAQ; mail lists, newsgroups, fora; downloads: images, source code; tools. Unofficial DR-DOS Resources.
- Makes: DRDOS, Inc. www
Makes: DR-DOS, Inc., compact, Y2K safe, good for embedded or thin-client systems, source code available, development kits, older and localized versions; and DRLX embedded Linux, load and run Linux programs from DR-DOS. DRDOS, Inc..
- Descriptions, OpenDOS Unofficial Page www
Descriptions, Unofficial Page, questions and answers, downloads, mail lists, programming information. Not up-to-date, but has useful information, some of historical interest. OpenDOS Unofficial Page.
- Goal: The DR-DOS/OpenDOS Enhancement Project www
The DR-DOS/OpenDOS Enhancement Project.
- News, OpenDOS Stuff www
News, Stuff, FAQ and mail archives. OpenDOS Stuff.
- Technical Commodore and CP/M www
Commodore and CP/M.
- Encyclopedia Wikipedia: CP/M www
- Encyclopedia Wikipedia: Gary Kildall www
Encyclopedia article, Gary Kildall, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia: Gary Kildall.
- History Digital Research www
History archive of firm founded by Gary and Dorothy Kildall (nee McEwen) in 1974, Research, which soon became the first successful PC OS company. Tributes to the Kildalls, information on CP/M, MS/PC-DOS, Caldera v. Microsoft, many related topics. Digital Research.
- Growing Monolithic Kernel www
Growing article, Kernel, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia. Monolithic Kernel.
- Aims MacPorts www
Aims to provide an easy way to install various open-source software products on MacOS X. MacPorts.
- Government China to Invest in Linux-based Software www
Government plans to put financial effort into Linux-based software; may rival Microsoft Windows in one of world's fastest-growing technology markets, Invest in Linux-based Software, official says. [CNN.com] China to Invest in Linux-based Software.
- In Unofficial PTS-DOS FAQ www
In English and German languages; with wiki, PTS-DOS FAQ, downloads, links. Unofficial PTS-DOS FAQ.
- Commentary, Doctor DOS Betamax; DOS Operating System www
Commentary, DOS Betamax; DOS Operating System, tutorials, references, Power-Users' Corner, for DOS and related utilities. Doctor DOS Betamax; DOS Operating System.
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Alexa Directory Top Sites: DR-DOS DOS
- DMOZ: DR-DOS DOS
dmoz.org Directory: DR-DOS DOS