Copy at least and from /freedos/setup/odin to ~/freedos_usb/root.
If you wish, you could copy all the files in the /odin folder to ~/freedos_usb/root (not the folder, just the files) or you could copy them over after the USB stick is setup. From the Free DOS CD or iso, find and unpack /freedos/packages/src_base/View the unpacked folder and from /source/ukernel/boot, copy one of the following files to ~/freedos_usb: for fat copy fat12for fat16 copy fat16for fat32 copy fat32Once copied, change the extension from to .bss, i.e.
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