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How run MSDOS programs on UNIX?

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I need run MSDOS programs on UNIX (SunOS), Which Utility its? Exist a shareware or freeware.
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You need a dos emulator. I searched briefly and could not find one for 50 points, but with some whole-hearted effort you should be able to find one.  the good news is:  most emulators are made cause someone says, hey, i need one, so when they're done to share them for free with people, so chances are you'll be able to find a free one.
I had no trouble finding a dos emulator for Linux, so UNIX must be out there SOMEWHERE!

hope this helps, Terabyte


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You can try "sunsoft merge for solaris".
see description at
http://www.sun.com/software/solaris/datasheets/merge.html

Best regards
Frederico Fosneca
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Thank you
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