I've put up a web page where you can download a tarball that I used to
create my TN5250/PicoBSD floppies.   In the tarball is a README file that
explains how to use it, and also has links to more info about PicoBSD.

You can find the web page here:

http://www.scottklement.com/picobsd/

Good luck.

On Tue, 15 Jul 2003, Projet GPAO wrote:

> > I've been doing this with PicoBSD (floppy) and FreeSBIE (cd-rom) boots,
> > allowing me to have a floppy or CD that I can boot and have a nice little
> > workstation.    Mine don't need to download anything, it all fits on the
> > floppy or CD.  Granted, the floppy images are a bit limited in their
> > features, but if all you need is 5250 emulation, it works flawlessly.
>
> Your solution sounds great. Could you please tell me more about it? I have to
> use old P75 as tn5250 workstations. There are no CDRom players.
>

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