On 7/20/2010 12:23 AM, Gert van den Berg wrote:
If the application's installer actually requires components from DOS
(command.com), try to have a look if any information is available on
installing it on 64-bit Windows...
Freecom from freedos might be usable...
Otherwise it might help trying to trick it into running cmd.exe (a
completely different command shell...) Not sure if copying / linking
the fake Wine cmd.exe will work...
For whoever is looking for command.com: I have a copy of a boot disk
for MSDOS 6.1 (I think) with command.com on it. Send me an email, and
I will attach the file in a reply to you. (Probably the list does
not support attachments.) After all these years, the disk will
still boot a machine, so I guess it's not corrupted.
Blessed are the peacemakers...for they shall be shot at from both sides.