Networking FreeDOS - Installation

  The majority of TCP/IP applications for DOS uses the packet driver
  interface. So to be able to run them, we need to install the appropriate
  drivers first.
  To install a generic packet driver is the simplest way. But it isn't
  always possible, as modern network cards often only come with ODI- and
  NDIS drivers. Anyway: ODI- or NDIS drivers can also be used as packet
  drivers through special converters ("shims"). This is just a bit more
  The following chapters describe where to obtain drivers and converters
  and how to configure them:
    * [Packet driver installation] 
    * [ODI driver installation]
    * [NDIS driver installation]

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  Copyright © 2007 Ulrich Hansen, Mainz (Germany), modified 2010
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