A bit late for your talk but I thought the list members might be amused
at my use of DOSEMU which is to back up a Psion-3 personal organiser. It
works like this. The proprietary Psion link software (©1991) runs on
FreeDOS via DOSEMU (computer operating system is Debian 8) and
communicates using RS232 at 9600bps via a standard USB-Serial hardware
module which in turn is connected to the proprietary Psion hardware
interface which plugs directly into the Psion-3. I have been using the
Psion as an address file and cash book for the last 25 years and have
yet to find anything to match it.
On 28/01/18 06:43, Bart Oldeman wrote:
> I'll be talking about DOSEMU and FreeDOS at FOSDEM next week:
> There may not be so many people on this list any more but I'd thought
> I'd reach out. If you use DOSEMU in any useful or cool setting please
> let me know and I can mention it as an example (you can do so
> privately too, then I can make it an anonymous example).
> As far as development goes, for me mostly life with two small children
> took over, but as he wrote Stas Sergeev has continued with dosemu2 so
> that is where all the action happens.
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