Emmanuel Roche found some other articles about TurboDOS and has retyped them for us.

New articles are available in the TurboDOS page.

"I succeeded in recovering Don's archive from two sets of archives from 1995 and 1997 last night."

With these few words, Al Kossow of the Computer History Museum, recently announced on comp.os.cpm the great results of his work in recovering Maslin's disk images from tape backups.
All the files are available here.

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Laughing

I've done it! I finally have updated the whole site to a new CMS, Joomla. Despite the fact that i have nothing against Mambo on which i run my old site for several years, i have to admit at a certain point, that Joomla is much more updated, complete and modern.

So i'm back again.

This operating system has not had all the attention it deserved, so it seems almost disappeared.
Recently, however, the CP/M community has been very active in the recovery of this OS, begun from Emmanuel Roche who recover and retyped documentation.
Mario Viara contributed with a port of TurboDOS 1.2 on Udo's z80pack emulator.
The great news however, went on the work of Per Frejvall. He has a copy of TurboDOS 1.41 and ported it on
simh/AltairZ80 environment...
Read the news on this hot topic.