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Read Me

NX-DOS - Operating System III           +=================================
         DOS compatible environment    /     /_____   \ / _______/ 
         Version 8.00 Rev. V          /     / \__/     \\_____\_  
         Astronomy Enginneering      /      \          / \       \                 
------------------------------------+        \________/III\______/  
An educational experience in creating a Networkable DOS OS from scratch.
Documentation is more of a design template. You can use Winimage/RAWRITE 
if on a MS Windows/DOS computer. To Install you can run "SYS A:" command
which will copy the boot sector and kernel files to the floppy disk. if 
you want to install the diskimages under linux BASH shell prompt, you can 
type: "dd if=[imagename] of=/dev/fd0".

Another way that works for sure is to place the floppy disk in A:. make 
sure you are in the \nxdos\src\boot directory and run the tools\writeb.com 
that will put metakern.bss onto the disk. Then you copy /nxdos/bin/*.* to 
that floppy.

Contacting me is easy, you can email me at this internet address, 
aaxiomfinity@gmail.com. I do try to check regularly and my cellphone is 
1-916-612-6904, and i may be moving again... so be calm. Cellphone is the 
most reliable means of contact, really. Got the voicemail and Caller ID 
features turned back on. http://nxdos.sourceforge.net/ 

I have put the source tree on git repo, use that for working with the 
source code. Email me your sourceforge user ID and I'll give you read 
write access to the project. 

The script gitupdate.sh is for sending your changes to the central repo
and gitmerge.sh is for downloading any changes made by others.              

Cash Donations: 

If by Paypal send money to aaxiomfinity@gmail.com

Or if you have bitcoins, and want to send those to me then this is my bitcoin 
address:

1GjWgod8aYGJ1jmpJmMhptjBXVhJXMYQSy 

Use this with blockchain app on your phone to send payments to me. 

Or send free pizza to me !! 

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To understand the heart and mind of a person, look not at what he has already achieved, but at what he aspires to do.