Re: Update of "interp.c"

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Hello Bart

On Tue, 24 May 2011 12:29:09 -0400, Bart Oldeman
<bartoldeman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 24 May 2011 11:06, Andreas Bollhalder <bolle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Unfortunately, the only thing I still can get running, is the mentioned
>> Breadbox Ensemble lite :( DOSEMU terminates immediately when starting
> It could be a FreeDOS / MSDOS issue (which one are you using, if
> freedos, try: Also this program doesn't
> like being installed on network drives (i.e. lredir drives), it works
> with an image (from mkfatimage16).

I use FreeDOS and DOSEMU exits when launching BBELITE with the kernel 2036
and your one 2040. It occures with an empty "config.sys" too.

I don't use an image file. The problem regarding network drives occures
with PC/GEOS version 1.x (from GeoWorks). Newer versions have file system
drivers to allow access to mapped network drives. There is an option to
force the installation onto a network drive (run the installer with
"install.exe on drive <DRIVE_LETTER>" and confirm message about fixed

I have the Breadbox Ensemble FULL version running fine on this DOSEMU
installation. The required driver is "msnet.geo" and this driver is
contained in the LITE version too.

> If it still crashes, please attach ~/.dosemu/boot.log (you have in
> fact only three emulation scenarios to deal with as the full*
> varieties apply to DPMI programs only, and Breadbox Ensemble is not
> that).

Thank you for the clarification. I have attached the "boot.log" (your
kernel 2040 used).

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