Re: dosemu or dosbox
Lennart Sorensen wrote:
Neither is protected-mode Linux (32-bits and all), but that doesn't have
anything to do with it. dosemu used the virtual-8088 mode of IA-32 processors,
which is removed in x86-64 (long mode) operation.
On Sun, Jun 04, 2006 at 07:42:46PM +1000, Alexander Samad wrote:
I have need to run a text only dos application on my debian box, does
dosemu not exist on amd64 ? But I found dosbox - any one use this
Its a old pabx configuration program 8)
dosemu uses native cpu, so it probably can't be run as amd64 (since dos
That means if you're running a 64-bit kernel, you will never be able to run
dosemu or any other application that relies on virtual-8088 mode.
This is why the DOS emulation is removed in 64-bit versions of Windows: because
the hardware no longer supports it.