May be it's a stupid idea, but I prefer to work under freebsd. Is it possible to write programs for dos in freebsd? I tried to use dosbox and fasm for dos, but it doesn't work ('processor not able to enter real 32-bit bit'). Thank you.
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I read all that before recently, and it's still very confusing. I'm not quite, er, up to snuff on all that techie stuff. Anyways, I was wrong, I forgot that you can run cwsdpmi to enable DPMI for one program, then run the latest fasm (1.65.2), and it'll work in DOSbox 0.63. I just tried it, and it does work.
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