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Posted over 3 years ago by Qbix
DOSBox emulates a full x86 pc with sound and DOS. Its main use is to run old DOS games on platforms which don't have DOS (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 / Linux / FreeBSD / Mac OS X) This is a security release for DOSBox 0.74: Fixed that a very long line ... [More] inside a bat file would overflow the parsing buffer (CVE-2019-7165 by Alexandre Bartel) Added a basic permission system so that a program running inside DOSBox can't access the contents of /proc (e.g. /proc/self/mem) when / or /proc were (to be) mounted (CVE-2019-12594 by Alexandre Bartel) Several other fixes for out of bounds access and buffer overflows. Some fixes to the OpenGL rendering. It's recommended to use config -securemode when dealing with untrusted files. The game compatibility should be identical to 0.74 and 0.74-2. [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago by Qbix
DOSBox emulates a full x86 pc with sound and DOS. Its main use is to run old DOS games on platforms which don't have DOS (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 / Linux / FreeBSD / Mac OS X) This is a maintenance release for DOSBox 0.74, which solves the ... [More] following problems: Windows: Fix auto/max cycles algorithm on Windows 7, which helps with stuttering audio. Mac OS X: Bring a 64 bit version and improve performance. Linux: Fix the 64bit dynrec cpu core and a lot of compilation problems. Add patches for the WINE Team. The game compatibility should be identical to 0.74. Please read the Changelog for the full changes list. For more information visit our homepage: https://www.dosbox.com We have saved all game fixes for the upcoming 0.75 release, which will enter regression testing soon. This release has been created so you can go back to 0.74-2, in case we happen to break your favourite game in 0.75. [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
We are happy to inform you that DOSBox has received the honour of being SourceForge's Project of the Month, May 2009. Visit the Project of the Month to read about it and maybe discover a little surprise! PotM page: http://sourceforge.net/community/index.php/potm-200905/
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
We are happy to inform you that DOSBox has received the honour of being SourceForge's Project of the Month, May 2009. Visit the Project of the Month to read about it and maybe discover a little surprise! PotM page: http://sourceforge.net/community/index.php/potm-200905/
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. Main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. win2k/XP/FreeBSD/Linux) There were a lot of changes since the last ... [More] version and here is a short list of the larger changes: - Faster dynamic core for certain games. - Improve the cycle guessing code and make it default! - Foreign keyboard layout support For more information visit: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. The main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. Win2k/XP/Vista/FreeBSD/Linux/Mac OS X) Most noticeable changes: - ... [More] Support for more graphics modes and cards. - Improved Vista support. - New OPL emulation cores. - Lots of compatibility fixes. - Various fixes and enhancements for the recompiling core. - Slightly faster! - More stable. Please read the Changelog for the full changes list. For more information visit our homepage: http://www.dosbox.com [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. Main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. win2k/XP/FreeBSD/Linux) The most important new features are: - ... [More] Improved compatibility. - Most games run faster. - Intelligent MPU 401 emulation. - ISO/disk image support. - Dynamic cpu core is more stable than 0.61. - Custom videochipset for cga, tandy and hercules emulation. - Improved timer emulation. - Improved pcspeaker emulation. - Improved gus emulation. - Improved the internal DOS. - Vga emulation fixes. - Vesa/vga bios fixes. - Improved interpolating internal mixer with volume settings. - Raw Adlib/midi capturing. - Added support for ddraw. - Added IPX emulation. Get it at: http://dosbox.sf.net/ Peter Veenstra [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. Main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. win2k/XP/FreeBSD/Linux) This release is mainly a bug fix release and ... [More] adds a few small features: - File redirection added. - Shell improvements. - Fixed various crashes. - Fixed programs complaining about too low FILES setting. - Fixed some CPU/FPU instructions. - Small dos changes and fixes - Lot's of additions to the internal debugger. - Due to popular request, drive unmounting. - CD-Rom and drive label improvements. - Wave and raw OPL writing improved. Visit our homepage http://dosbox.sourceforge.net for more details [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. Main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. win2k/XP/FreeBSD/Linux) There were a lot of changes since the last ... [More] version and here is a short list of the larger changes: - 4/15/16/32 Added video capturing to avi - Improved screen updating for more speed - PCjr machine mode added - Speedup cpu cores and fix endian issues - FPU core speedup with assembly - Improved builtin dos with umbs and better fat support - Added VCPI emulation and fixed some issues with ems - Improved support for booter games - Modem and IPX support improved for multiplayer For more information visit: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Peter Veenstra
Dosbox is a full x86 emulator. It is written in C/C++ and supports sound and dos. The main purpose of Dosbox is running old dos games on platforms which don't have dos (i.e. Win2k/XP/Vista/FreeBSD/Linux/Mac OS X) This release is mainly a bugfix ... [More] release: - Fix crashes with joystick support on Vista and Mac OS X. - Improved aspect correction so it behaves like a real monitor - Some fixes and speedups to the 64 bit recompiling core. - Several game specific fixes. See the Changelog for a list of games that got fixed. For more information visit our homepage: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net [Less]