Mail Archives: djgpp/2002/04/04/14:01:22
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|Date: ||Thu, 04 Apr 2002 20:58:55 +0100
|From: ||Florian Xaver <florianx AT drdos DOT org>
|Organization: ||Club Dr-DOS @ http://www.drdos.org
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|Subject: ||Re: DOS version and Audio Card for DOS\DJGPP\ALLEGRO application
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> Which DOS should i use? I wish to have a very fast boot and i need a
> operating system compatible with DPMI and my program, developed with DJGPP.
> FreeDos is OK?
If you have CWSDPMI (dpmi server) in the same directory, you can use FreeDOS. It
also supports FAT32 and with DOSLFN you can also use long file names.
Another idea would be Dr-DOS. It has an DPMI server included. And there are also
> DOS 6.0 is better?
> DOS included with Win95 will give me troubles?
No, but FreeDOS is much better. my opinion
> Wich Audio Card should i use? I have an old audio card and probably i will
> try to use it but sound card are cheap and i can buy one if the difference
> is visible (the embedded computer will do nothing else than playing files).
> It should be Allegro compatible (Sound Blaster should be compatible, i
> think) and very easy to configure under pure DOS, any suggestions?
SB16 is the best..... but look at the Allegro Docs. There are the cards listed,
which you can use.
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