Won't work; you'll just get a "Cannot do binary reads from a device" error. After all, if ^Z (the EOF character in CP/M) is disabled, how will it know when it reaches EOF?
You'll have to convert it to HEX format and transfer it that way and then use DEBUG to convert it back. How you actually create a HEX file is beyond me, though.
Or just install from a CD image.
You just download the CD image and mount that and install from that. There's even a special boot floppy disk image that will do it for you. At least that's how it was when I downloaded FreeDOS years ago.
A nobody? Steve Jackson made Car Wars!
(and a little thing called GURPS)
To be fair, Google didn't name Youtube,
No, you remember kaomoji; which are the textual (ASCII, originally) "faces" that Japanese created. Emoji are the graphical icons. As I understand it, kaomoji are always faces (right-side up ones, at that!) where as emoticons and emoji can be anything. Also "emoji" is not a abreviation of "emotional ji" ("ji"="character"), as some might think. It's a combination of "e" and "moji", not "emo" and "ji".
It may still be possible to hear the submarine, it depends on how skilled they are at noise dampening.
Well dampening should be easy seeing as they are under water.
P.S. Unless you meant "damping", of course.
Back up, not backup. Backup is a noun, like "take this backup to the basement".
You're at Witt's End.