Digital Research DOS, known as DR-DOS, DOS compatible operating system that has been owned by many companies and known by several names over its history. It was originally developed by the makers of CP/M, one of the oldest operating systems for the x86 architecture. DR-DOS was later purchased by Novell and known as Novell DOS. Caldera Systems then bought Novell DOS and renamed it OpenDOS. Caldera then renamed the product back to DR-DOS. Caldera then spun off the company known as Lineo and transferred ownership of DR-DOS to Lineo.

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DR-DOS
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
The DR-DOS/OpenDOS Enhancement Project
Goal: continue development, enhance abilities of, add support for new standards to, extend life of this DOS under open source license. Descriptions, downloads of latest versions: source code, binaries, patches.
DRDOS, Inc.
Makes: DR-DOS, compact, Y2K safe, good for embedded or thin-client systems, source code available, development kits, older and localized versions; and DRLX embedded Linux, load and run Linux programs from DR-DOS.
OpenDOS
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
OpenDOS Stuff
News, FAQ and mail archives.
OpenDOS Unofficial Page
Descriptions, questions and answers, downloads, mail lists, programming information. Not up-to-date, but has useful information, some of historical interest.
Unofficial DR-DOS Resources
Links, install and use tips, FAQ; mail lists, newsgroups, fora; downloads: images, source code; tools.
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