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Duke Nukem 3D in DOSBOX with networking

I'm running Slackware linux and I'm looking for a way to play Duke Nukem online against other players using 32-bit linux and DOSBOX. I looked at this website to see if they have anything: http://www.dukematches.net/ But all they have linux related is a dukematcher software but when I extract it and …

tiny core on dell wyse

Well, I am fortunate to have the latest Tiny Core linux 12.0 installed on my dell wyse VX0 machine and the complete install minus the installer and wifi packages only used 24MB of my 128MB storage. In the end, I am making this machine a dedicated controller because it has a serial port that connects …

CTRL+C is a heart in DOSBOX

In normal MS-DOS when someone presses CTRL+C or CTRL+BREAK, one would see the following on their screen before the command prompt: ^c and CTRL+C is meant to about the current action. But in DOSBOX at the command prompt, when one does CTRL+C, it assumes someone pressed some heart symbol on their …

A huge hiccup in networking code

I'm following this guide to make dosbox work with networking: https://www.dosbox.com/wiki/Slip_configuration_on_linux_host but I change baud rate values from 9600 to 115200 for speed. I launch a vanilla DOSBOX 0.74 in linux with some extra drives mounted in it and no other TSR's running but ETHERSL …

Crash on a large ping to DOSBOX machine

I made a bit of progress in rolling out my own PING server and even an ARP server for DOS as a TSR and I use DOSBOX for testing but its not working well. I'll break my problem down into a few parts because I'm now thinking its a driver/dosbox issue more than anything else. The main problem When I …

overrun serial errors

I'm using DOSBOX 0.74 for Linux. I made an application in QuickBasic and assembly that sends out a chunk of data at 57Kbps to hardware connected to the serial port. Yes I own an internal authentic UART in my computer and linux can access it perfectly fine. As I send out and expect data in return, …

Re: Bootable CD-ROM with brand new DOS HD image

There is an option for a HDD emulation, but the BIOS support is more spotty for that, so yes, make a bootable floppy image, with CD drivers and MSCDEX and you can access the rest of the CD/DVD-ROM. That was the method I tried to use with quite a few generic CD-ROM drivers but none would load …

Bootable CD-ROM with brand new DOS HD image

I'm making a project for an old computer. So far I am able to make the CD boot on the computer like a floppy disk by inserting a pre-made image found at https://www.allbootdisks.com/ into the CD ISO via a Linux CD burning program, K3B. Here's the sad part. I'm limited to using only 1.4MB off the …

Maximum filename length

I'm making a special application which includes the use of x86 machine code, but I want to know something. In an MS-DOS environment What is the longest filename length (with path included) one could use? By MS-DOS environment, I refer to DOSBOX 0.74, and the real MS-DOS 6.22

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