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DOS Emulation in Linux RH 5.1

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How do I make DOS progs run under the emulation,caused by typing the command "dos"?
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Urr.. use dosemu. Im sure you have it installed. To find out you can type
rpm -q dosemu
If you dont have it on your system you can download the rpm at ftp.redhat.com.

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I ran your command & found out I have it installed,but when I type "dosemu" nothing happens. How shall I use it?
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