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If you want to be like Terry A. Davis, this video shows how to make your QEMU set-up pretty close. Otherwise, use the standard /Home files. In TempleOS, run the following command after you have downloaded all these ISO files and it will automate the process. >TOSStdIns; * Free Supplemental ISO #1 by Terry A. Davis Contents of Supplemental ISO #1. QEMU: Change to monitor using <CTRL-ALT-2> #info block #eject ide1-cd0 #change ide1-cd0 /home/tad/Downloads/TempleOSSup1.ISO.C Change back <CTRL-ALT-1> >DskChg('T'); >CopyTree("T:/","C:/Home/Sup1"); * Free www.templeos.org ISO by Terry A. Davis QEMU: Change to monitor using <CTRL-ALT-2> #info block #eject ide1-cd0 #change ide1-cd0 /home/tad/Downloads/TempleOSWeb.ISO.C Change back <CTRL-ALT-1> >DskChg('T'); >CopyTree("T:/","C:/Home/Web"); * Free Books ISO #1 (16.4 MB) by Terry A. Davis Contents of Books ISO #1. QEMU: Change to monitor using <CTRL-ALT-2> #info block #eject ide1-cd0 #change ide1-cd0 /home/tad/Downloads/TempleOSBooks1.ISO.C Change back <CTRL-ALT-1> >DskChg('T'); >CopyTree("T:/","C:/Home/Books1"); * Free Books ISO #2 (18.7 MB) by Terry A. Davis Contents of Books ISO #2. QEMU: Change to monitor using <CTRL-ALT-2> #info block #eject ide1-cd0 #change ide1-cd0 /home/tad/Downloads/TempleOSBooks2.ISO.C Change back <CTRL-ALT-1> >DskChg('T'); >CopyTree("T:/","C:/Home/Books2");