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?
I installed dosbox yesterday and played few games. However today when i am trying to run dosbox, i am getting error as
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
I am not sure how to resolve this problem. I have also installed Wine and played few windows games. Can that be the reason ? Further to that, i reinstalled dosbox 3-4 times but no luck. Can someone help ?
First create a copy of dosbox.conf for this game:grep -v \# $HOME/.dosbox/dosbox-0.74.conf > simpsons.confEdit it changing in the [mixer] section blocksize to suggested 512 value. Frequencies should match also. Go to the [midi] section and edit midiconfig/config line appending your midi clients address. The value usually suggested is 128:0, but may differ.
Hi,The title pretty much says it all. I can't get TES Daggerfall to install in dosbox, I've been through a few tutorials and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I haven't used dosbox before so I'm not sure of...really anything at all. I have no idea if I've done something wrong or what!
I bought Duke Nukem 1 + 2 and Keen 1-5 on Steam on Windows for a few bucks the other day. Steam automatically installs dosbox which is used to play those old games. I copied the folders and exes directly from steam on Windows over to my home directory on Ubuntu. I installed dosbox from the Ubuntu repos and these dos games from the early 90s run flawlessly.
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
Ever wanted to play old DOS games or use old compilers like Turbo C or MASM to run assembly language code? If you have and were wondering how, then DOSBox is the way to go. What is DOSBox? It is an open source software that emulates a computer running MS-DOS. It uses the Simple DirectMedia […]
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