[Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Wesley Parish
SEAL works - somewhat. Any other graphical environments for DOS I could try? // //So thanks to all concerned. // //FreeGEM doesn't work in dosemu; it was only when I tried xdosemu that it came //to life. Now I'll have to try SEAL and - any others around? Wesley Parish -- Clinersterton

[Freedos-user] Re: Windows 3.1 on freedos!!!!

2005-08-23 Thread CC cc
Ok scratch that I got it to work with win /2. I think I've got to remove emm386 and put in the MS version of it for 386 mode. On 8/23/05, CC cc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I succesfully installed windows 3.1 on the latest freedos and i'm having a problem getting the windows 3.1 himem.sys to load :(

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Charlie Wilkes
The one I like best is called Fly. It was just released in June by a guy who developed it for his own use. http://www.cml55uk.12freeukisp.co.uk/ It isn't meant to be like a Windows clone -- just a clean, intuitive platform to create your own single-tasking GUI using bitmaps and text arranged

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Shane M. Coughlan
I was told about Ozone recently, and I had a look at it. I've not tested it myself. It looks lovely, though I am told be a user it suffers from reliability problems. You said FreeGEM works on XDOSEMU. Is this OpenGEM, or another FreeGEM distribution? Best regards Shane Email: [EMAIL

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Blair Campbell
I was told about Ozone recently, and I had a look at it. I've not tested it myself. It looks lovely, though I am told be a user it suffers from reliability problems. Ozone is relaitively stable for me, but running certain programs under it can cause it to crash easily. It is not very useful

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Shane M. Coughlan
Blair Campbell wrote: Ozone is relaitively stable for me, but running certain programs under it can cause it to crash easily. It is not very useful as there are very few apps for it, and it is no longer in development, so it's basically only really useable as a file manager. Talking of

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Blair Campbell
it can cause it to crash easily. It is not very useful as there are very few apps for it, and it is no longer in development, so it's basically only really useable as a file manager. Apparently, it was lack of documenting the GUI that led to the developers abandoning the project. I do think

Re: [Freedos-user] rawrite 32bit software ?

2005-08-23 Thread Markus Maussner
Hi no, diskcopy just gives me a division by zero ... other programs runs just fine on the pc (at least the few i still had on diskets) one i found that also gives me a division by zero.. when i try to format a disket. the original dos 3.2 fromat just quits on me.. tassilo

Re: [Freedos-user] rawrite 32bit software ?

2005-08-23 Thread CC cc
I recommend this rawrite: http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/rawwrite.htm On 8/23/05, Markus Maussner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi no, diskcopy just gives me a division by zero ... other programs runs just fine on the pc (at least the few i still had on diskets)one i found that also gives me a

Re: [Freedos-user] [SEAL] and xdosemu just work

2005-08-23 Thread Charlie Wilkes
I'm using the core for my file manager and it is very good. The file viewer (update 4) added a lot of value to the package. Charlie --- Shane M. Coughlan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: By the way, downloads of OpenGEM 4 have passed 2,000 since it's release a month and a half ago. About 90% of