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DOSBOX doesn't work in 17.12.02
On 17.12.02, the .bat archive is not called to execute the game. Anyone more with this problem?
I see that the command "mount C ........./game.pc" doesnt execute
My problem is when I use sharedevice = NETWORK, in INTERNAL works well. Im going to investigate
Definitely is a problem when Recalbox uses sharedevice = NETWORK. Dosbox doesnt detect the folders in NAS.I think that is an error.
When I type DIR in recalbox/share, the folders of the NAS are not displayed.
You can test it with sharedevice = NETWORK. This is my boot/recalbox-boot.conf
Im testing with 220.127.116.11 and works perfectly , but with 17.12.02 not.
Anyone can confirm?
I can confirm, that DOSBOX with sharedevice=NETWORK doesnt work in 17.12.02.
In 17.11.10.02 was working fine, but after updating to 17.12.02 stopped working.
@toniosj There are only a few people here using Dosbox (including me) and as far as I can tell, none of them is using a shared device on network, so your on your own there....
Please take a look at your PMs.
Ok I've made some test. Dosbox works with the latest version with sharedevice=NETWORK.
I've tried the following configurations:
- ROMS only on NAS (so SHARE is on SD)
- full SHARE on NAS
But... In the case you've sent to me, there are some mistakes. The folder "Alone in the Dark.pc" is not correct. Please read this page: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/How-to-use-DOSBox-to-emulate-DOS-games
The first part of the folder name before the '.' must have equal or less than 8 characters and avoid special characters.
Also, no need to call
jugar.bat. Just call the
Hope that helps :)
@oyyodams Can you paste your boot/recalbox-boot.conf ?
@oyyodams I have the same configuration, but in 17.12.02 doesnt work. If I use 17.11.10.02, works fine.
On 17.12.02, the roms folder doesnt mount in Dosbox, but yes in the rest emulators.