> I need a tcp/ip stack for DOS/Win31, and am completely unfamiliar
> with what's available. I know there are several free ones, but I
> suspect most of them won't look 'normal' like Linux or OS/2. (The
> OS/2 tcp/ip is a fairly straightforward port of Unix tcp/ip.)
> Can some suggest/point to one that 'acts like Unix'?
> Dale Pontius
> edgehp AT together DOT net
1) fix your return adress, hoser
2) why are you posting in a linux group?
3) believe it or not, the tcp/ip stack for win31 from microsoft
works pretty ok. You'll never find it looking through their
web site, but i think it's mirrored at
4) I've never actually SEEN a dos-only tcp/ip stack, but I've
heard of them. I keep hearing about something called "Beame and
a proprietary tcp/ip stack for dos, and something from FTP Software
and OnNet (they may be the same thing, i dunno. It's been a while
since I thought of networking anything in dos).
The most effective answer, of course, is "use linux",
but obviously you already knew that.
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