PCem is an IBM PC emulator for Windows and Linux released under a GPL license. Unlike other solutions such as DOSBox or SCUMM, it doesn’t simulate an operating system or game environment. It is a classic emulator designed to emulate 8/16/32 bit x86 hardware used by IBM and other clone manufactures. Therefore it requires originals… Continue reading PCem: Emulate the Tandy 1000 & MS-DOS on an 8088.
This tutorial is not intended for absolute beginners. It requires the use of the Raspian terminal commands which is text-based, so expect some Linux skills. Please feel free to jump straight to the ‘DOS on the Pi‘ if you have no interest in a computer history lesson. What is DOS? DOS was a semi-open standard that… Continue reading Run DOS on the Raspberry Pi – Use rpix86 to turn your Pi into a 1980s super-computer.
Updated in January 2014 to fix some formatting issues and broken links. Updated in September 2010 for DOSBox 0.74. DOSBox is a brilliant yet compact and 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… Continue reading DosBox beginners, newbie and first timers guide