kylixau at yahoo.com.au
Fri Aug 31 15:25:33 EST 2001
Hi Antony ( and thanks for your reply)
I also intend to use a few other things (forced to by
professional reasons) such as MS Orifice etc.
I tried wine and it didn't work; I believe dosemu is
even less likely; but thanks for the tip.
--- Antony Stace <antony at claire.co.jp> wrote: >
Installing VMware to run one DOS app seems rather
> heavy. Have you had a
> look to see if your DOS app runs under
> dosemu ?
> Wayne Vovil wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have finally bitten the bullet and installed
> > trial on my Linux SUSE 7.1 prof system (Toshiba
> > 2650XDVD notebook).
> > I did this primarily because I have a DOS legacy
> > (which I wrote) that I still use. I do not have
> > disks any longer, so I installed the only CD
> > MS Win system I am licensed for (NT 4.0). It
> > OK.
> > But when I open the MSDOS window, I can do DOS
> > commands; but when I run my app, the dos window
> > sits there and does nothing.
> > My DOS app is a text based diary system; but runs
> > Btrieve. Any clues?
> > Will I need a full DOS install to run it, rather
> > under NT?
> > Regards
> > Wayne
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