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Well, it all depends on what exactly you need to do. DosEmu (as the name implies) is an emulator, which runs within a complete virtual environment. If you wanted to run a .bat file that should interact with something in your Linux environment, then DosEmu is not the way to do it. Wine could be, but I don't know how effective it is at running what is effectively a 'dos script'. It's quite good at running Windows stuff, as that is what it was designed for.
I have a situation where in we have a PGP on Windows NT and we are going to move from NT to AIX.But we are not going to instal PGP on AIX.We prefer to use PGP on NT for encrypting decrypting the files public keys.So I need to run all NT batch files from AIX script.I think I explained my requirement.Any kind of help appreciated.