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Tame Dos is a great program which looks like a "shell" for DOS programs running on Windows. So, on Windows it works such that applications written for DOS start through TameDOS, of course.

Q: How to make that it runs on Ubuntu in the same way?

I tell you once again, this is a great program!

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closed as too localized by Luis Alvarado Mar 14 '13 at 16:57

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I've never heard of that program, nor I understand what you really want, or ask, except that you apparently like this program very much – zetah Nov 14 '11 at 18:47
This question is getting downvoted much more heavily than I expected. – Christopher Kyle Horton Nov 14 '11 at 19:40

Click the link to install: dosboxInstall. This may be a useful alternative.

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I found what I suppose is a link to the program's website:

It looks like this is old, proprietary software, and as such will probably never be ported to Ubuntu unless the original developers decide to make it open-source. You may be better off looking for a modern, open-source alternative.

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