There are two ways to create a launcher for an app in Ubuntu, on the desktop and in the Apps. I prefer to enter the launcher in the Apps, as it can be easily placed i Favourites and appear in
Create a folder called drive_c in the binl64 folder (/home/pcgeos-basebox/binl64) Change the user rights in the drive_c folder to “everyone full control”Open the Terminal (Ctrl-Alt-T)sudo chmod 777 /home/your_name/pcgeos-basebox/binl64/drive_c Note: your_name is the name of your user folder in Ubuntu. Replace
Download BaseboxLink to CI-latest basebox: https://github.com/bluewaysw/pcgeos-basebox/releases/tag/CI-latest-issue-2 To unzip pcgeos-basebox.zip open the Download folderRight-click the zip file and choose “Extract to” in the drop down menuI propose to unzip the pcgeos-basebox folder to your home folder“binl64” contains the version of basebox
This seems to be a crazy project, to run a DOS Emulator in a Windows API in a Linux operating system like Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? It probably is, but it is the only way for the moment to try the
I have managed to install and run Ensemble on Raspberry Pi with Ethernet support, to connect Ensemble to internet. To do that you need a Raspberry Pi, Dosbian, Ensemble, and a working Ethernet connection, and of course a monitor, keyboard
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