On 7/4/06, Grover Blue wrote:
> Anyone thought about porting Wine (with X) to FreeDOS? I think that would
I don't think it's necessary because there's already ReactOS that
implemented a Winnt-like OS. If we really want to, just implementing a
Win32 console support is enough (and we already have a module `winb'
like that). Moreover, Wine is based on X and it's not quite easy to
The things with top priority to do now are network support and DOS
16/32 compatibility. This will make it as much useful as possible.
From: Andreas Berger <Andreas@TheBergerClan.org> - 2006-07-04 18:42:11
There is the HX Extender that enables FreeDOS to run windows console programs and soon even some GUI programs. Maybe integrating some of this into FreeDOS-32 is better than wine.
>From the FreeDOS mailing list:
> You can get more info on the HX Extender at following forum:
Hanzac Chen wrote:
> On 7/4/06, Grover Blue wrote:
>> Anyone thought about porting Wine (with X) to FreeDOS? I think that would
> The things with top priority to do now are network support and DOS
> 16/32 compatibility. This will make it as much useful as possible.
I have a functional 32-bit implementation of IP / UDP / TCP (used
commercially - running 24/7). The only problem is that it needs a
packetdriver, and they only come in the 16-bit flavor.
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