Re: NVDA support in DOS emulators like DosBox?
As Shaun Everiss pointed out, you could try DOSEmu for this.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I would probably spin up an EC2 instance, or something at one of the cheap Linode alternatives, install DOSEmu, and see what you could make work.
It's been 10-15 years since I used DOSEmu, but when I did I remember it being pretty good.
The other option I considered for this, would be to install a DOS based virtual machine in Virtualbox or something. I don't know for sure if you can do that, but it might be possible to run a 16 bit OS there.
There were remote access protocols for DOS, that would allow you to use it over a serial port. You could probably use it with a terminal emulator over a virtual comm port.
I'm not sure how responsive NVDA might be in that scenario, but I'll be interested in your results for historical reasons.
I recently had occasion to try to run SSHDOS (SSH for DOS) under Win 10 to support a customer who still uses DOS and SSH, but I could not for the same reasons discussed earlier here.
Luke Robinett wrote:
Hi Joseph. Right. The DOS box consul is not a text based Consol. It supports DOS applications that run in both text and graphics modes so when it displays