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[ale] dosemu help?



On Fri, 22 Jan 1999, Nomad the Wanderer wrote:

> Thus spake Byron A Jeff (byron at cc.gatech.edu):
> 
> > > 
> > > What do you use with freedos?
> > 
> > Robert I know I gave the mistaken impression that I'm a DOSEMU expert. I'm not
> > I just was bit by that particular bug the last time I was playing with 
> > DOSEMU.
> 
> You seem to know alot.  I figured if you'd seen it you might know it :>
> 
> > without LREDIR, it's difficult to do anything with freedos because you 
> > have a hard time transferring stuff in and out of the virtual disks.
> 
> I can do mcopy's and such from Linux I found out.
> > 
> > > 
> > > Is it possible to resize the hdimage?
> > 
> > Well you can make a new hdimage and copy.
> > >  Can I make my own boot kernel
> > > from a win9X  emergency boot image?
> > 
> > I'm not sure how well it does with DOS 7. The last time I was using it 
> > regularly a couple of years ago I was running DOS 6.22.
> > 
> > I believe in your original post you stated that you didn't want windows. If
> > you're planning on running Windows apps, Wine is much further along the
> > path than DOSEMU.
> 
> I'm actually after a dos app.  I just happen to have 98 on one of my machines,
> but not 6.22...
> 

Visit www.caldera.com and download DR-DOS 7.

later,
chris

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Chris Ricker                                            kaboom at gatech.edu
                                               chris.ricker at m.cc.utah.edu