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 some skill with Linux is useful. 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… 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 some formatting issues and broken links. Updated in September 2010 for DOSBox 0.74. DOSBox is a brilliant yet compact and easy to use virtualization program designed to run old DOS applications under modern operating systems. This tutorial assumes you have a little understanding of the basic DOS commands… Continue reading DosBox Beginners, Newbie and First Timers Guide