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Re: DOSBox Game Launcher (DOSBox Frontend)

it does not even get that far. if multi-mounted, i need to startup in manual mode for the dosbox window to stay open. mscdex: failure: invalid file or unable to open. $ dragon.bat drive d does not exist! dragon.bat: @echo off REM *** DRAGON launcher V5.13 *** D: TALES GER SBP2227 HIM WRIC:\

Re: DOSBox Game Launcher (DOSBox Frontend)

@rob: i do own an earlier version, not v2.0. anyway, i did a full install, choose sb only, because of a bug with sb16. a dragon.bat is created in c:\dragon which runs fine (mounting one iso only), until i pick an old savegame of mine demanding for disc2. as this is a backup of my discs, i doubt the …

Re: DOSBox Game Launcher (DOSBox Frontend)

here you go: mount C "/home/user/Emulation/Data/Dos/DRAGON" imgmount D "/home/user/Emulation/Iso/Dos/Dragon Lore/DRAGON1.CUE" "/home/user/Emulation/Iso/Dos/Dragon Lore/DRAGON2.CUE" -t iso start: /home/user/Emulation/Data/Dos/DRAGON/DRAGON.BAT setup: /home/user/Emulation/Iso/Dos/Dragon Lore/DRAGON1. …

Re: how to - apply patch to dosbox linux?

Either monitor that or I will eventually get back to you here thank you very much for the efforts taken :) if i understood @sergm correctly, munt has to be installed on the system as well for compiling the patched dosbox source? i might try this and tell you later on. btw, how would you achieve a …

how to - apply Munt patch to dosbox linux?

so, i tried to get this working on my own, but i really need some assistance here. i have already unpacked the source dosbox-0.74-3.tar.gz and also placed the dosbox-0.74-3-mt32-patch.diff in that folder (one level up the src folder). then started the terminal in dosbox folder and ran: patch -p0

Re: DOSBox Game Launcher (DOSBox Frontend)

I never used that option. Just put the MT-32 roms in DOSROOT and you'll be OK. wished it was that easy. i still run an ancient 2014 daum dosbox version, mt32 (dosroot) is fine. now, to jump on a newer train, i had a look at what actual versions incl. the mt32 patch. i picked up a 64bit build from …

Re: DOSBox Game Launcher (DOSBox Frontend)

@rcblanke: thanks for the hint with that parameter. setting it to false indeed solved the issue. now there is also no more .dosbox folders being created, anymore. i wonder why this ever worked out-of-the-box before (well, for config-files i always made sure to point to the dbgl folder in the gui)?

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