Ubuntu’s Message Of The Day, or MOTD, is the name given to the welcome screen users see when they login to a Ubuntu server using a remote terminal.
Cygwin is a fantastic tool for operating system users who regularly use both Windows and Linux but want the power of a Linux or UNIX shell tools running within Windows.
If you have ever attacked the DOSBox configuration file, you might have encountered a not-so-obvious
machine=svga_s3. This setting is not all that important for PC games made around 1992 or later. But for many games created during the 1980s, it can be critical in maximizing the best visual and audio output the game offers.
DOSBox has several specialised function keys that can quickly adjust the program features at any time during its operation. Either when in a DOS prompt, running a full-screen program, or playing a full-screen game. This post lists all the useful function key combinations and their usage.
DOSBox is a brilliant yet compact, easy to use virtualisation program designed to run old DOS applications under modern operating systems. This tutorial assumes you have a little understanding of the underlying DOS commands and the use of a command line. It is for Windows users, though DOSBox works on systems such as macOS and Linux.
Sound and audio hardware was probably one of the more complex and irritating elements of DOS gaming in the early 1990s. So many choices, incompatibilities, and even different advantages for sound effects, speech, or music. So what do you choose today when an emulator like DOSBox gives you so many audio choices?
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