What is the simplest way to transfer files from a Unix system to a DOS system? Preferably without any "extra" tools on the DOS side.
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you can use the ftp command, provided that you have a ftp server running on the Unix side.
That would depend on what you consider "extra" tools on the DOS side. Most versions of DOS came with no networking support at all, and required extra software to do networking.
So that pretty much limits your options to a floppy disk. Both Unix and DOS natively support floppy discs, though you'll have to work out which file systems and file formats they both support. FAT12 should be a safe bet at both ends.