Porting linux dosemu to NetBSD-current/i386

Porting linux dosemu to NetBSD-current/i386

Post by John Ko » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 00:51:17



I'm going to have a go at porting dosemu to NetBSD-current/i386 (I've
got VM86 mode pretty much working now).

I once heard rumors of someone looking at it for FreeBSD--did that ever
get anywhere?

If you're interested in helping figure out what we need to do and/or
help do that to port dosemu to NetBSD, please get in touch with me.
Thanks,

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working for but not representing:       Atria Software
sometimes hacking on:                   NetBSD/i386

 
 
 

1. beta dosemu 0.60.0 port for NetBSD-current/i386

If you're willing to patch kernel sources, and willing to deal with
an occasional unstable console video/machine lockup, feel free to try
out the stuff in

        ftp://sipb.mit.edu/pub/netbsd/dosemu/

There's a README file with skimpy instructions on compiling and running
dosemu 0.60.0 (ported from Linux) on your NetBSD-current/i386 box.

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working for but not representing:       Atria Software
sometimes hacking on:                   NetBSD/i386

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