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Has anyone heard anything from the Freedos devs and if a patch is incoming for Intel bug?

I do not mind the 30% performance drop
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Does FreeDOS even use virtual memory? I was under the impression that it runs on emulated real mode, similar to the real deal?
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>Does FreeDOS even use virtual memory? I was under the impression that it runs on emulated real mode, similar to the real deal?
Probably because it was partially introduced in the 80286 and fully in 386 which was released in 1985.
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8086-compatible code is safe and has 3000% performance, as usual
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FreeDOS runs in real mode, you don't have any kind of memory protection in the first place!
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But freedos runs in real mode (8086).




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