Read the Bible on a FreeDOS 1.44mb Floppy Disk
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Heb12 Lite

Bible command line interface reader.
Comes with instructions to compile and run from 1.44mb floppy.

Building on Linux

git clone --recurse-submodules https://code.heb12.com/heb12/heb12lite
./startup.sh
./a.out

Installing from pre-built (FreeDOS)

No floppy:

Extract the 7z file to desired location, that’s it.

With Floppy:

Get a bootable FreeDOS floppy (https://www.freedos.org/download/)

Download these drivers: XMGR.SYS RDISK.COM from http://optimizr.no-ip.org/dos/file/drivers.zip and place them on the floppy.

Change your config.sys: (You may not need the DOS part if you already have that file)

DEVICE=XMGR /W
DOS=HIGH,UMB

Reboot to the floppy, and type these commands:

rdisk
C:
A:\7zdec x A:\heb12.7z

And then you are done. Type “Heb12” and type in a verse. “John 3 16” “Heb 4 12” “Gen 1 1-10”

Building from source (MS-DOS/FreeDOS):

Lorem
i586-pc-msdosdjgpp-gcc fbrp/fbrp.c bibles/web.c main.c -o main.exe

CWSDPMI by Charles W. Sandmann 1996-2010