<CT> Re: Calmira running under ??

  • From: Bob Groves <bobgroves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 20:03:03 +0000

On Saturday 28 Feb 2004 7:02 am, Tim Klassen wrote:
> Hi:
>
>What I would like to hear is
> success stories of Calmarians finding ways to run WFWG within another
> operating system -- in fact doing it this way may be the only way.  For
> instance, I have hardware that, as far as I know, would impossible to run
> Win 3.1 with.  Most my equipment uses USB ports now -- mouse, keyboard,
> etc.  Bob's email gave me hope that I could revive Calmara again.  

Thanks for that. I too was very pleased to see Calmira running again; and 
contrary to expectations the little experiment at getting it to run in a 
Linux window has proved more useful than I imagined. Old software that I 
though was inaccessible now seems to be back in use again (an old version of 
MS Works runs just fine in the emulator - I use it to access old files), and 
apart from that it has been very enjoyable learning how to get this all to 
work properly.
>
>Bob, I'm
> wondering in your situation, when you setup the Bochs emulator under
> Linux, how much hardware were you able to get working with Win 3.1? Could
> I use my usb mouse/keyboard?
>
>     - Tim
>

If it's accessible under Linux then the emulator should (??!) be able to get 
at it too - though here are no promises with this, and Bochs needs quite a 
bit of arcane configuration at times. Worth a shot though, if you have the 
time and disk space.

Best wishes.

-- 
Bob Groves

In Hollywood, all marriages are happy.  It's trying to live together
afterwards that causes the problems.
                -- Shelley Winters

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