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Have got one of the progs working, but the serial mouse has to be enabled. One of the main reasons is to get the pcb info into a word doc that can be printed for distribution. As thereareno printers that can be used from dos today is to use one machine for all. Pleasenote that this is now for my hobby, to keep me off the streets. Im retired. Will keep this thread until solved
Distribution: K/Ubuntu 12.04/14.04, Scientific Linux 6.3/6.4, Android-x86, Pretty much all distros at one point...
I echo jefro's recommendation on running dosbox (if it truly is a dos program you are running)... You can use it to run a virtualized dos environment on any compatible hardware,... For file exchange, you can use SAMBA shares to move the files back and forth on the network. In Linux, there are even ways to mount remote filesystems as if they were local (using fuse, for example).