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iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
16.12.2016, 19:01
 

Mybashburn for dos (Users)

Hi,

i've found this intersting TUI interface for Mkisofs cd record.

http://mybashburn.sourceforge.net/index.html#Whats_MyBashBurn

Someone know if exist a DOS porting?
May be possible to compile under djgpp? (use pcurses libraries?)

Roberto

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Australia,
17.12.2016, 00:50
(edited by ron, 17.12.2016, 01:07)

@ iw2evk
 

Mybashburn for dos

> Hi,
>
> i've found this intersting TUI interface for Mkisofs cd record.
>
> http://mybashburn.sourceforge.net/index.html#Whats_MyBashBurn
>
> Someone know if exist a DOS porting?

If you are looking for a CD burning kit for DOS, I have two.

CDRoast start with your_cd.exe - screen interface.

CDBurner

I can make them available if anyone wants them, but they are really quite old.

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david(R)

12.01.2017, 19:02

@ iw2evk
 

Mybashburn for dos

>
> http://mybashburn.sourceforge.net/index.html#Whats_MyBashBurn
>
> Someone know if exist a DOS porting?
> May be possible to compile under djgpp?
>
why? It is the script, do You have working GNU/Linux terminal in DOS??

david

iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
13.01.2017, 15:04

@ david
 

Mybashburn for dos

Hi,

for generate a textual user interface for CDRECORD in DOS ;)

david(R)

16.01.2017, 13:38

@ iw2evk
 

Mybashburn for dos

> for generate a textual user interface for CDRECORD in DOS ;)

Do You have working GNU/Linux terminal in pure DOS, Yes or Not?

iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
16.01.2017, 14:56

@ david
 

Mybashburn for dos

> > for generate a textual user interface for CDRECORD in DOS ;)
>
> Do You have working GNU/Linux terminal in pure DOS, Yes or Not?

No Dave,

i can run only djgpp for dos under plain dos, but compilation don't start..

Roberto

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