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doors:tutorials:dos:dosonpi [2021/01/25 07:56]
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doors:tutorials:dos:dosonpi [2021/01/25 07:58] (current)
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 This is the script as I have it working for me: This is the script as I have it working for me:
   ​   ​
-    ​------------------------------------ +  ​------------------------------------ 
-    #!/bin/sh+  #!/bin/sh
   ​   ​
   ## Pass the parameters for the door and the node.   ## Pass the parameters for the door and the node.
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          ;;          ;;
     DOS)     DOS)
-;; +  ​;; 
-esac +  esac 
-## At the end of run.bat, we add this line to gracefully shutdown the VM. +  ## At the end of run.bat, we add this line to gracefully shutdown the VM. 
-## This will return the user back to the BBS. +  ## This will return the user back to the BBS. 
-echo "​C:​\FDOS\BIN\FDAPM POWEROFF"​ >> ${gobat} +  echo "​C:​\FDOS\BIN\FDAPM POWEROFF"​ >> ${gobat} 
-## The batch file must be in dos format, or it will not run properly. +  ## The batch file must be in dos format, or it will not run properly. 
-todos ${gobat} +  todos ${gobat} 
- +   
- +   
-### The main QEMU call. +  ### The main QEMU call. 
-### 1) -localtime to pass the host clock to the VM +  ### 1) -localtime to pass the host clock to the VM 
-### 2) tell it to use the freedos.img +  ### 2) tell it to use the freedos.img 
-### 3) tell it to boot to the C: drive +  ### 3) tell it to boot to the C: drive 
-### 4) Turn off all displays. Otherwise it will give errors or skewed displays +  ### 4) Turn off all displays. Otherwise it will give errors or skewed displays 
-### 5) How many megabytes of memory to allow for the BM +  ### 5) How many megabytes of memory to allow for the BM 
-### 6) Define a serial modem connection and assign a computer port +  ### 6) Define a serial modem connection and assign a computer port 
-### 7) Mount the main BBS directory in RW mode +  ### 7) Mount the main BBS directory in RW mode 
-### The qemu call is loaded into the background. ​ We do this so that we can  +  ### The qemu call is loaded into the background. ​ We do this so that we can  
-### spawn a concurrent socat process. +  ### spawn a concurrent socat process. 
-qemu-system-i386 \ +  qemu-system-i386 \ 
--localtime \ +  -localtime \ 
-/​home/​bbs/​doors/​qemu/​freedos.img \ +  /​home/​bbs/​doors/​qemu/​freedos.img \ 
--boot c \ +  -boot c \ 
--display none \ +  -display none \ 
--m 256 \ +  -m 256 \ 
--serial telnet::​${portnum},​server,​nowait,​nodelay \ +  -serial telnet::​${portnum},​server,​nowait,​nodelay \ 
--hdb fat:​rw:/​home/​bbs > /dev/null 2>&1 & +  -hdb fat:​rw:/​home/​bbs > /dev/null 2>&1 & 
- +   
 +  
   ### Inform the user that it will take several seconds before the game   ### Inform the user that it will take several seconds before the game
   ### loads up.   ### loads up.
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-Using the script:+=== Using the script ​===
  
 I use and have developed this method for Mystic BBS.  You will need to make I use and have developed this method for Mystic BBS.  You will need to make
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 The parameters for the script are: The parameters for the script are:
  
-doors.sh DOOR NODE# /DOS+  ​doors.sh DOOR NODE# /DOS
  
 The /DOS switch is used to create a DOS version of the drop file.  That way The /DOS switch is used to create a DOS version of the drop file.  That way
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   Data: /​home/​bbs/​doors/​qemu/​doors.sh LORD %3 /DOS   Data: /​home/​bbs/​doors/​qemu/​doors.sh LORD %3 /DOS
  
-Conclusion:  ​+=== Conclusion ​===
  
 That's all there is to it.  Your milage may vary. That's all there is to it.  Your milage may vary.
-Darryl Perry 
  
doors/tutorials/dos/dosonpi.txt · Last modified: 2021/01/25 07:58 by avon