Quick Q on DOSemu

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I have a couple users who rely on old niche DOS programs, for example MALL MANAGER which keeps the books for a collectibles mall. They tend to have a common opinion that their biz computers shouldn't ever go online. So they are running on top of W98 in very obsolete machines with =
many problems in a net-addicted world.

Just wondering if DOSEMU would be able to support these 'mature' text only database programs, using one of the less demanding Linux distros; or am I misunderstanding what DOSEMU is for? (I'm very happy =
with Puppy, which now reads/writes to NTFS & FAT.)

thanks for your time, Tom Hall in Michigan

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