highnrg wrote:However, the key is to mount the .iso from DOSbox, not have it already mounted on my mac.
To be complete this thread, the path to Mac's desktop folder is
"/Volumes/Macintosh HD (the boot drive name)/users/yourname/desktop/"
But I would recommend to store the stuff in your documents folder in "DOSGames/CDs" or something, which would lead to
"/Volumes/Macintosh HD/users/yourname/documents/DOSGames/CDs", besides a standard C drive folder in your "/documents/DOSGames" folder,
probably called "Drive C".
This can be shortened to
"mount c "~/Documents/DOSGames/Drive C/"
In Mac OS X, the ~ sign can be generated by Alt+n, but while in DOSBox, activate num key, hold down alt while typing 1 2 6.