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Montag, 29. August 2016, 13:22

Hi,

auch das DOS-SDK funktioniert damit wieder. Ich kompilieren und gleichzeitig ausprobieren. Interessant wäre evtl. auch mal zu sehen, ob ich das SWAT des SDK zum Laufen bringe. Mehrere DOSEMU-Instanzen, die sich über eine gemeinsame serielle Schnittstelle unterhalten ... ist ein Versuch Wert.

Hat eigentlich schon jemand das NT-SDK unter Linux zum Laufen gebracht?

Viele Grüße

Uli

>>> Je weniger WINDOWS um so besser. <<<
Hallo Uli

Das NT-SDK könnte wahrscheinlich schwierig werden. Meines Wissens hatte ein Benutzer aus dem BBX-Forum die DOSBOX gepatcht und damit das NT-SDK verwenden können. Dies könnte rein theoretisch auch unter DOSEMU2 gemacht werden. Details habe ich aber nicht mehr im Kopf.

Wenn SWAT mit dem DOS-SDK auch funktioniert, wäre das auch ein schöner Fortschritt. Muss dann wohl auf die langen Dateinamen von Quelldateien verzichten. Gibt es noch andere Einschränkungen des DOS-SDK ?

Gruss
Andreas

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Montag, 29. August 2016, 17:58

Dos-Sdk

Hallo Andreas,

ich besitze das DOS-SDK für den HP OmniGo. Wenn ich den Rainer richtig verstanden habe, besitzt das SDK 2.x wohl noch den ein oder anderen Fehler im Document-Handling, weshalb er wohl lieber eine NT-SDK-Variante benutzt. So tief stecke ich in der SDK-Thematik aber nicht drin, dass ich das irgendwie bewerten könnte.

Viele Grüße
Ulrich Cordes

>>> Je weniger WINDOWS um so besser. <<< :D

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Montag, 29. August 2016, 18:50

Das NT-SDK kennt beide Verzeichnistrenner: / und \
Das NT-SDK kennt lange Dateinamen (und nutzt sie auch für die temporären Dateien beim Kompilieren).
Das NT-SDK kennt beide Arten, Kommentare zu markieren: // und /* */
Für das NT-SDK wurden einige Fehler behoben, z.B. das Jahr-2000-Problem in Grev.
Das NT-SDK sollte theoretisch "am fehlerfreisten" sein, allerdings gibt's tatsächlich neue Fehler, z.B. in sound.h. Fehler aus dem Omnigo-SDK (in "INITFILE.H", "FILE.H" und im GLUE) wurden jedoch definitiv behoben.
Beim NT-SDK funktioniert SWAT auch lokal.
d[ 0_O ]b

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Dienstag, 30. August 2016, 11:54

DOSEmu2 seems very cool, Thanks, Bolle for your good work! I have a couple of questions, which anyone can jump in and answer. I tried DOSEmu before and I had some problems that I could not get by, one was that I had to manually tweak Linux every boot, which made the whole operation quite useless, and I failed to automate the whole boot process. I can't recall what it was, hopefully this will not occur for me now. I plan to use my Eee PC 701 with 4 GB of SSD and 32-bit CPU, and run Geos from a flash memory (SD card). I want to set up the Linux and the DOSEmu part on the tiny SSD. So there is no room for an ordinary Ubuntu distribution.

Any hints of a small textbased linux that will work with DOSEmu2?

Is it possible to call (start) for example a linux browser and email software from Geos in DOSEmu2?

BR,
Hans

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Dienstag, 30. August 2016, 12:30

Hello Hans

The only setting I could imagine is the mmap minimum address: "vm.mmap_min_addr = 0". That allows the access to the first 64kB of RAM to other programs then the Linux kernel. This setting is only needed on 32-bit systems, on 64-bit system, the vm86 calls are completely emulated. DOSEmu2 in VM86 mode would run without it too, but slow(er).

On Ubuntu / Debian based systems, the "vm.mmap_min_addr" can be set in the file "/etc/sysctl.d/10-zeropage.conf". Use the file "/etc/sysctl.conf" on other distributions, if they don't have a special config file for it.

Using DOSEmu2 on 32-bit systems, I would advice to go the KVM route ($_cpu_vm = "kvm") instead of VM86. Maybe, the "vm.mmap_min_addr" can be applied there too, but I haven't tested it. Wine and QMEU uses this setting too, but in case of pure KVM, I don't know.

Andreas

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Mittwoch, 31. August 2016, 20:44

I plan to use my Eee PC 701 with 4 GB of SSD and 32-bit CPU, and run Geos from a flash memory (SD card). I want to set up the Linux and the DOSEmu part on the tiny SSD. So there is no room for an ordinary Ubuntu distribution.
I use another configuration on the EEE 701: Linux Mint Debian2-Edition on a 16 GB SD-Card and Dosemu (1) and Geos are on the 4 GB SSD.

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Dienstag, 6. September 2016, 15:15

I have installed EasyPeasy on my EeePC 4G (701) and planned to use Geos on a 2 GB SD card. However, I have problems download all the tools, it seems that EasyPeasy is not compatible with DOSEmu 2. Some libraries doesn't work and some I can not download because I run out of space.
I have scaled down EasyPeasy a bit and I can probably scale it down more. I guess I will need a DOSEmu2 binary, to be able to install on these meager hardware. I will try DOSEmu 1.4 once again. If that doesn't work, I will try geobart's solution.

Hans

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Dienstag, 6. September 2016, 22:41

Have you tried our little installer? With EasyPeasy the script should work.

http://geodb.org/src/geosemu_install.zip

(install.txt)

Wolfgang

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Mittwoch, 7. September 2016, 16:56

Hi!

Thanks geobart, I have now managed to install the package, but I don't have the glibc 2.15 installed. I think I have now managed to download the right glibc 2.15 package as a cpio package, but I can't figure out how extract it to the system. I have tried to extract it, but it will only unpack to the Download folder, I can't move it to the system. Seems that Easy Peasy is very restricted. Maybe I can extract it to the system as a super user from the Terminal, but I have not figured out how to do it yet.

Hans

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Mittwoch, 7. September 2016, 18:43

sudo nemo, nautilus or whatever your file manager is called.
"Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life!"

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Mittwoch, 7. September 2016, 22:28

Why the glibc 2.15 ?

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 13:42

Why the glibc 2.15 ?

Because I get an error message ?( when I start GeosEmu: `GLIBC_2.15' not found (required by /usr/bin/dosemu.bin)

Hans

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 13:52

sudo nemo, nautilus or whatever your file manager is called.

Thanks! Well, sometimes the most obvious is far away. It is nautilus in Easy Peasy.

Hans

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 14:34

Sorry, a message I can't interpret, is there anyone here who knows the solution?

"the -n option to bypass the the system configuration files is not allowed with sudo/suid-root"

Hans

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 14:47

Sorry, a message I can't interpret, is there anyone here who knows the solution?

"the -n option to bypass the the system configuration files is not allowed with sudo/suid-root"

Hans

Forget, I have solved it! I tried to run the bash script with sudo. It works better with just bash as an ordinary user. However, I get more errors, missing sound drivers and so on, and the DOSEmu flashing by and so on, I guess I need to check the bash script.

Thanks,
Hans

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 16:50

New error :(

ALSA lib rawmidi_hw.c:233: (snd_rawmidi_hw_open) open /dev/snd/midiC0D0 failed: No such file or directory. I get a crash and then bounce back to the prompt.

I have checked the contents of the /dev/snd folder and I have no midiC0D0 file, but I have a midiC1D0, midiC1D1, midiC1D2, midiC1D3.
What can I do? IS there something to edit somewhere?

Secondly, when I check for the DOSEmu.conf, I find three DOSEmu.conf. One of them is in the installation folder, but the other two is in the linux system, which is the editable one?

BR,
Hans

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Donnerstag, 8. September 2016, 18:49

Forget, I have solved it! I tried to run the bash script with sudo. It works better with just bash as an ordinary user.
Hello Hans,

sudo is useful for the installation - you mentioned you weren't able to move the downloaded files into the recommended directories. Otherwise some programs have a "checkuser"-function to avoid to execute them as root.

Wolfgang and Andreas may be able to tell you which alsa-packages (sound) you also have to install.

Martin
"Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life!"

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Freitag, 9. September 2016, 12:58

Well, by using sudo Nautilus, I was able to move files, so my lack of the GLIBC 2.15 is solved, I extracted and copied the files to the appropriate folders, and it have gone well, the GLIBC is installed now. What fails me now is the ALSA driver. I know that I have solved this previously, but I can't recall how I did it :(

BR,
Hans

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Freitag, 9. September 2016, 17:33

New error :(

ALSA lib rawmidi_hw.c:233: (snd_rawmidi_hw_open) open /dev/snd/midiC0D0 failed: No such file or directory. I get a crash and then bounce back to the prompt.

I have checked the contents of the /dev/snd folder and I have no midiC0D0 file, but I have a midiC1D0, midiC1D1, midiC1D2, midiC1D3.
What can I do? IS there something to edit somewhere?

Secondly, when I check for the DOSEmu.conf, I find three DOSEmu.conf. One of them is in the installation folder, but the other two is in the linux system, which is the editable one?

BR,
Hans

Hello Hans

I get the same message, as I don't have a kernel module loaded which create the MIDI device files. For PC/GEOS, this message shouldn't hurt.

So, your crash has likely nothing to do with this message. Do you have a "~/.dosemu/boot.log" ?

Greetings
Andreas

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Samstag, 10. September 2016, 12:02

Hello Bolle and everybody!

First, I have solved the problems, I presumed some things, which was impossible to do. The "crash" was Exitemu command combined with the ALSA error message. My incompetence? Well, I figured it all out ;)

I have managed to start Ensemble, and now I need to start all the work to tweak it.

The error message from the ALSA driver is a bug or a misconfiguration of LInux/Ubuntu. I got a lot of hits in Google when I managed to set the search the right way. I get the message as there is no real Midi in my netbook. Bolle, I also found our Yahoo mail discussion from 2011, and I got the same ALSA error message back then. So, sorry for my short memory ;) I will use the mail discussion as my reference.

What I recall the DOSEmu installation is set to work in a Linux window?

Will there be any similar installer for DOSEmu2, with a compiled library? That will be good for me:)

Thanks, Wolfgang, Martin and Bolle for your support!

Hans

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