QSINIT Update 2017/03/02

QSINIT had been updated (2017/03/02):

QSINIT is a small 32-bit something (you may call it an operating system, or a "small DOS"), that you can write applications for, and that may act as an OS/2 kernel bootloader.

The author of this software, Dmitry Zavalskov, has reserved the copyright to himself. The binary is released as freeware, the source code as freeware for non-commercial use.

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ArcaOS

Where do you plan to install ArcaOS ?

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On a newer machine (UEFI BIOS - Legacy mode)
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On an older machine (Non UEFI but ACPI needed)
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I have no plans to use ArcaOS yet.
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On an old machine (Non UEFI - No ACPI required)
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On an virtual machine as guest
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