So to configure the QXL.WIN file, define it as a SCSI device in the command 
line, which points the emulator to the QXL.WIN file, then use theWIN_DRIVE 
command in SMS/E to define WIN1

I will give this a try once I get SMSQE.PRG to load into Hatari on Mint Linux.

What should the screen definition be to load SMSQ/E?

On 4 February 2021 17:54:40 GMT, Derek via Ql-Users <ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> 
>The Hatari manual states, the commad line can have options entered for
>Hard Drive Options:
>--scsi <id>=<file> Emulate a SCSI hard drive with given bus ID (0-7)
>using image <file>. If just a filename is given, it is assigned to bus
>ID 0
>So maybe: hatari --scsi 0=qxl.win
>On 4 February 2021 17:38:13 GMT, desin via Ql-Users
><ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> wrote:
>>Am 04.02.21 um 17:16 schrieb Ralf Reköndt via Ql-Users:
>>> Markus,
>>> one forum member remarks, that "SCSI" is not there...?
>>> Any idea? Or should he add it?
>>> I am using Hatari 2.3.1 on Debian Linux
>>no clue about the Apple OS version
>>some new important findings
>>Selectric.prg in the AUTO folder helps a lot
>>maybe it sets some cookies and initialises some devices
>>      Markus
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