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Hello Dan,

Your message mentions X-Dos.

Can you recall where it can be found (ftp site I presume).

Any *pointers* would be appreciated.

               Tom Henry

>Has anyone successfully used X-dos?  This is a version of DOS-EMU that runs
>directly on X-windows (instead of as a terminal app in an X-term).  This
>would be the best choice because this could do graphic modes as well.
>It would run faster than a DOS-EMU in an X-term because it would not
>have to talk to X via X-term.  It would also be easier to debug than
>a console based DOS-EMU (I`ve had DOS-EMU lock up the console). 
>I tried it in the spring of 94 and couldn`t get it to work.
>    Dan.
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