On Sat, Jun 21, 2008 at 10:26 AM, Mateusz Viste <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi folks!
> I'm trying to get rid of my "DOS Machine" (I have a PC which I use only for 
> FreeDOS) by moving all my FreeDOS files to a VirtualBox machine on my Linux 
> computer.
> Unfortunately, I'm experiencing some troubles...
> Has anybody tried to run FreeDOS in such environment? What kind of troubles 
> d'you got? Have you resolved any? How?

I have run FreeDOS inside VirtualBox on Linux (Fedora 8 & 9) and
didn't have the problems you mentioned. But I was just experimenting
with it, not doing anything "real".

When I boot FreeDOS inside Linux, I prefer to use DOSEmu. It's a very
nice, lightweight DOS environment that works very well for running
FreeDOS. I even run games there!! I've never had any problems with
DOSEmu. And DOSEmu makes it very easy to access your Linux home
directory by setting up your home as your DOSEmu "D" drive.

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