Hi, again -
My earlier advice still stands: if you're trying to use this as a "learning experience" - then don't. Dosbox and TurboC won't teach you anything useful about programming any modern OS - trust me
Nevertheless, jefro is absolutely correct.
The DOS script "autoexec.bat" is a good place to add your command. For example:
echo mount c /home/MYHOME/dosprog >> autoexec.bat
<= this command uses ">>" (DOS file redirection)
to add the line "mount c /home/MYHOME/dosprog" to the bottom of "autoexec.bat".
Substitute your actual directory path for "/home/MYHOME", of course
'Hope that helps .. PSM