Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
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RUDEdos by Paul Tauger Page 1
Version 2.0 6/9/87


RUDEdos

This is a totally safe program that turns a PC into a surly,
uncooperative pain in the neck. Just type:

RUDEDOS

Starting entering DOS commands. NOTE: NDOSEDIT and other DOS
command line processors will be disabled. TSR's such as SIDEKICK
will continue to function.

When RUDEdos gets annoyed enough, it will lock the keyboard
and blank the screen. The screen can be restored by hitting any
key several times.

Exit RUDEdos by pressing CTL-A at any RUDEdos prompt.


SUGGESTED USES

1. Place a call to RUDEdos in your autoexec.bat file.
Your PC will automatically boot up in RUDEdos. Astonish your
co-workers, friends and supervisors. RUDEdos provides security --
unless you know the hot key combination (CTL-A), you will not be
able to access other PC functions. RUDEdos does not acknowledge
either CTL-C or CTL-BREAK.

2. Load and run RUDEdos on your friend's (enemy's?)
machine. Stay around to watch the results.

3. Prove to your non-computer type friends that PC's really
have personality.

GENERAL NOTES

Remember that RUDEdos is totally harmless and will not hurt
your machine or any of your files. The current version performs
no disk accesses; however, disk accesses are simulated.
Later versions will provide more variety of responses and
may access the disk drives. Version 2.0 will work properly
with a Hercules (or compatible) monochrome graphics card,
though it will only display the C> prompt. Later versions will
adjust for different graphics cards and active drives.

If you like RUDEdos, or have any suggestions to make it more
exasperating, i.e. more fun, please drop me a note at the MIDIum BBS,
7:30 AM to 5:30 PM PST Monday-Friday, 818 985-5727.

RUDEdos is FREEWARE -- there is no charge for the software
and documentation. Contributions are NOT requested. However,
RUDEdos and it's documentation are copyright, all rights
reserved.
You may:
1. Make copies for yourself and your friends, provided
that the documentation and software are distributed together.
2. Upload RUDEdos to any FREE BBS, provided that the
documentation and software are distributed together.

RUDEdos and RUDEdos documentation copyright 1987 by Paul Tauger
All rights reserved.




RUDEdos by Paul Tauger Page 2
Version 2.0 6/9/87


You may not:
1. Sell copies of RUDEdos (for profit or otherwise),
or charge a duplication fee for a copy of RUDEdos.
2. Include RUDEdos on any so-called "Public Domain
Disks" which are sold (for profit or otherwise).
3. Upload RUDEdos to any BBS which charges a
subscription fee, download fee, or requires a "voluntary"
contribution for participation.

Support shareware, free BBS's and the SYSOPs who run them.
Don't help the exploiters.













































RUDEdos and RUDEdos documentation copyright 1987 by Paul Tauger
All rights reserved.





  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : RUDEDOS.ZIP
Filename : RUDEDOS.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/