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The good old days of DOS.
|Emulator||Rom Folder||Extension||BIOS||Controller Config|
|DOSBox||pc||.com .sh .bat .exe||none||/opt/retropie/configs/pc/dosbox-SVN.conf|
Accepted File Extensions: .com .sh .bat .exe
Place your ROMs in
You can also place your games within folders in the pc folder if it helps keep you organised.
ctrl+F9: exit emulator
For more information see http://www.dosbox.com/wiki/Main_Page
DosBOX Compatibility List feel free to contribute to the list.
see also forum post here
If the keyboard input in DOSBox is not correct, you need to edit the DOSBox config file, dosbox-SVN.conf, which is located in the hidden folder, .dosbox, in your home folder.
To fix, run the following commands:
cd ~/.dosbox sudo nano dosbox-SVN.conf
In the [sdl] section, edit line 34 of dosbox-SVN.conf so that usescancodes is set to false as below:
In some games your joystick/controller may be permanently fixed in one corner. For these games, edit dosbox-SVN.conf, find the [Joystick] section and set timed to false as below:
rpix86 defaults to analog audio output, if you use HDMI audio you need to give -a0 parameter to rpix86