Javier Tarifa wrote:
I'd like to know exactly how was compiled the binary distribution that you get when you download dosemu-1.4.0-bin.tgz. I've done a little change to the terminal code and when I a run a program with my own compiled version, the program dies saying something about too many users when I have more than one dosemu running it. But when I use the binary distribution this doesn't happen, I can have multiple dosemus using it without problems. Can someone help me?
-- You want run multiple dosemus under one user account? Then maybe will be usefull start individual instances with unique "-o logfile" log file specification (instead of default "~/.dosemu/boot.log"). Or You can specify log/debug filespec in individual .dosemurc files with option "$_debugout = "filespec". Although I use and have dosemu 1.4 compiled for several Fedora distributions, and it works fine when simultaneously run couple of them from one user, even without specifying different boot.log file - they all use implicit one (lsof says)(it's smut way, but dosemus curiously works) You can too look for my build options in RPM .spec files at: http://hanzlici.cz/packages/fedora/dosemu/ Regards, Franta Hanzlik -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-msdos" in the body of a message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html