• DOSEMU

    From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to All on Wed Nov 14 17:15:07 2018
    All,

    Just curious... I noticed that DOSEMU has a built-in fossil driver. has anyone used that when running DOS doors in linux (or even Windows)? I personally load BNU (under linux) but just wondering. I was thinking about changing stuff in my setups if it can be used without any problems
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Greg Youngblood@1:123/130 to Charles Stephenson on Sat Nov 24 15:47:39 2018
    Just curious... I noticed that DOSEMU has a built-in fossil driver. has anyone used that when running DOS doors in linux (or even Windows)? I

    No I the same as you use BNU only and it does the job, if I could find the
    docs I play with that and see how it does to BNU

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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:216/16 to Greg Youngblood on Wed Nov 28 00:00:11 2018
    On 11/24/18, Greg Youngblood said the following...

    No I the same as you use BNU only and it does the job, if I could find
    the docs I play with that and see how it does to BNU


    I think I'm gonna play around with it this weekend just to see. The 'norm' seems to be using BNU, (if you're using linux), I don't think I ever found or read anything about the built in fossil driver... I'll keep ya posted!

    Regards

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  • From Nigel Reed@1:124/5016 to All on Sun Apr 17 04:09:54 2022
    On Wed, 28 Nov 2018 00:00:11 -0500
    "Charles Stephenson" <charles.stephenson@1:216/16> wrote:

    On 11/24/18, Greg Youngblood said the following...

    No I the same as you use BNU only and it does the job, if I
    could find the docs I play with that and see how it does to BNU


    I think I'm gonna play around with it this weekend just to see. The
    'norm' seems to be using BNU, (if you're using linux), I don't think
    I ever found or read anything about the built in fossil driver...
    I'll keep ya posted!

    FWIW I use X00 on Linux.
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  • From Nigel Reed@1:124/5016 to All on Sun Apr 17 04:10:21 2022
    On Wed, 28 Nov 2018 00:00:11 -0500
    "Charles Stephenson" <charles.stephenson@1:216/16> wrote:

    On 11/24/18, Greg Youngblood said the following...

    No I the same as you use BNU only and it does the job, if I
    could find the docs I play with that and see how it does to BNU


    I think I'm gonna play around with it this weekend just to see. The
    'norm' seems to be using BNU, (if you're using linux), I don't think
    I ever found or read anything about the built in fossil driver...
    I'll keep ya posted!

    Oops, I also noticed I just responded to a 6 year old post. Oh well :)
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  • From Aaron Thomas@1:275/99 to Nigel Reed on Sun Apr 17 18:13:01 2022
    FWIW I use X00 on Linux.

    Is it x00 for Linux though? Or are you using DosBox?

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  • From Nigel Reed@1:124/5016 to All on Tue Apr 19 12:51:50 2022
    On Sun, 17 Apr 2022 18:13:01 +0000
    "Aaron Thomas" <aaron.thomas@1:275/99> wrote:

    FWIW I use X00 on Linux.

    Is it x00 for Linux though? Or are you using DosBox?

    No, not dosbox, of course I mean, dosemu under Linux.
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