I just installed dosbox in a Fedora 18 system
When I run dosbox at the command line it says
Exit to error: Can't init SDL no available video device
This is on a Dell C610 laptop
What am I doing wrong?
karol wrote:dosbox works fine on my 32-bit Arch.You can get libpng14 from AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=56248Well, I already downloaded and installed that from the AUR, but it still won't start. What version of Dosbox are you using, Karol? I believe that my OP includes the version of Dosbox that I'm using.EDIT: I should've made a note of that when I made
Am running some legacy software for my business, which runs on dBase 5, which has been updated over the years with a great deal of investment in time; this runs our finances, ordering, etc. pretty well. In order to be able to switch my business to Ubuntu (which I would like to do), I have to be able to run these programs, and particularly print data.
I need to work in DOS, so I installed the 16 bit Vim (found at the Vim website) in a folder using DosBox.
When I first open a file it lets me save the file using :w.
I continue editing, and want to save again and it says it can't write the file!?
How can I fix this?
Classic old school games are still fun to play because these are easy to play and consume less memory. For Windows there are many emulators and programs developed to play these games but for Linux and MAC resources are not available up to enough level. However there are some emulators which will enable you to play those classic games at Linux and MAC also.
I have a kindle fire tablet and I would like to use windows 95 on it. I have an img file that I tested with bochs and it works. The problem is that with dosbox turbo it doesnt work. I mount it and it works. The geometry is ok too. It halts at Booting from drive C.