DOSBox – Runs Old MS-DOS Games/Programs in Linux

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Narad Shrestha

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6 Responses

  1. anitha says:

    Thanks a lot…..i was searching for a way to work with MASM on centos. I have to try it. glad to know that i can do it…..Thanks again…

  2. makhauser says:

    Yeah, one of my favourite apps. I use it everyday, especially – to play DooM II. Thanks for some commands, Ctrl+D ;)

  3. kaaposc says:

    Great article just because wolf3d and prince of persia were mentioned. And please, CHANGE THE FONT on screenshots!

  4. Mayuri says:

    Thanks mate. Helped me install DOS for masm compilation :)

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