I was specifically looking at the section where it says to create a .sh script with this content:
/opt/retropie/emulators/dosbox/bin/dosbox -c “mount c /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/pc” -c “c:” -c “cd WOLF3D” -c “WOLF3D.EXE” -c “exit”
basically I’d just like to modify that script so that it does exactly the same but launch rpix86 instead. I tried changing the first part to the rpix86 location and it launches, but doesn’t accept the rest of the command.
FYI – I know the rules state not to discuss ROMs and totally agree with that, however the ROMs in question here are freeware, hosted on the DOS archive.
Thanks Herb. I’ve been sat staring at that page for hours trying to figure it out. I’m a complete beginner to this whole Raspberry Pi and RetroPie thing, having only just received my Pi at the weekend and jumped right into RetroPie!
My Linux command line knowledge is just as limited too really, having only touched it a small amount about 10 years ago and forgotten all of that since.
I finally managed to figure out what I needed to do. It’s actually much easier than the DosBox command. My script now looks like this: