DOSBox Part 1: Introduction, Startup Scripts and The Keymapper
DOSBox is a great piece of software that allows users to run a huge collection of very old PC software dating back to the 1980s and 1990s on your Linux system. Versions for Windows, MacOS, and others exist as well.
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