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>>>>> "rob" == Rob Landley <landley@webofficenow.com> writes:

rob> On Saturday 23 June 2001 22:47, Eric W. Biederman wrote:
>> Rob Landley <landley@webofficenow.com> writes:
>> > Ummm... GEM was the Geos stuff? (Yeah I remember it, I haven't
>> > researched it yet though...)
>>
>> GEM was a gui from Digital Research I believe.
>> Geoworks/Geos was a seperate entity.

rob> Ah, the DR-DOS answer to dosshell/windows. Cool. (I used Dr. Dos byt never
rob> tried its gui.)

Nope. GEM is older that dosshell, if I remember correctly, dosshell
appeared with dos 4.x, and GEM was there with DOS 3.x (was x = 22?).
I also had DOS+ from Digital Research in my Amstrad PC1512.

Later, Juan.

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