What is VM short for.?


On Mon, 02 Feb 2015 17:14:10 -0800 Ralf Quint <freedos...@gmail.com>
> On 2/2/2015 5:00 PM, Dale E Sterner wrote:
> > It sounds like you are trying to do it right. You must include the 
> path
> > on your
> > command. Is it possible that you are missing a file - like a 
> license file
> > in
> > you directory. It may be free now but was probably once shareware 
> that
> > died
> > after a period if unpurchased. Most of the time they give away the 
> dos
> > license
> > free now.
> No, in his previous post(s) he stated that when he types "dir 
> fractint" 
> it shows the contents of the folder, that means he is executing that 
> commend from a level above.
> And just typing "fractint[.exe]" does not find it, which clearly 
> indicates that that "fractint" folder is not in his path.
> So the presence of a license file (or the lack thereof) doesn't have 
> any 
> bearing on what he is trying to do until he properly tells (Free)DOS 
> what exactly he's trying to execute.
> So as I already told him, he needs to add the full path to that .exe 
> file to the PATH variable or simpler, to get him going, _*c*__h_ange 
> into the fractint **_*d*__ir_ectory (hence my hint to the 
> _*C*H*D*IR_ 
> command,
> "folder" is properly called a "directory" in DOS) and then try to 
> type 
> and execute fractint.exe.
> And if that program then is actually doing what he expects (in a VM) 
> is 
> a complete different story...
> Ralf
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>From Dale Sterner - MS organic chemistry

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