Posted November 12, 2018 11:04:55A linux box can be configured to run on a Windows machine, a Mac or even an Android device.
The Linux box has to be connected to the internet using a network adapter.
Once the network adapter is in place, the system can be connected via SSH.
Docker, a popular open source container-based operating system which is used by Linux distros, lets you do this easily.
DosBox, the Docker-based version of the operating system that’s used for the DosBox operating system has an image that runs on a Mac.
The OS is open source.
To get started, you’ll need to download and install the Docker container image on a computer, such as a laptop or desktop.
The images come with a set of commands to configure the box to run.
Here’s how to use it to build your own Linux system.
A Windows machine with a Windows 10 Pro operating system.
The first step is to create a new directory on your computer.
You’ll need this directory because Windows 10 Professional is a standard version of Windows that can run on most modern computers.
Open the folder you created with the commands shown below.
Right-click on the directory, and select New…
The next menu should show the command line options for creating the new directory.
Select “Directory” and then “Create a new…”
The next option will ask you to enter a name for the new folder.
You can also name it something other than “Docker”, “Operating System” or “OS”.
Select “OK” to confirm the changes.
In the next menu, you can choose the name of the new file.
You may have to type the name in a bit different order than you’ve been using it before.
The next step is similar to creating a directory, but you’ll want to select “Browse” instead of “Create.”
Select the folder, and you’ll be asked to select a file or directory to open.
Select the “Open with” option, and then select the file or folder you just created.
If you want to run it without being prompted to do so, select “Run” in the menu that appears.
Dock a new image from the command-line.
Once the image is downloaded, you need to enter the command to connect it to your computer and configure it to run a particular operating system: docker run –name ubuntu –volume=1G docker run -it ubuntu:ubuntu:latest:root:linux /media/vm/ubuntu docker run ubuntu/ubuntu:ubuntu:/media/ubuntu/ubuntu -v /media:/volume/1G –name=”Ubuntu”This command will start the Ubuntu container on port 8080 and start the Dosbox image on port 3000.
If you’re using Windows, you should specify port 3000, or you can specify the hostname of the port you want.
After the container is running, you will need to install the operating systems packages needed to run DosBox on your system.
The instructions below list some of the commonly installed operating systems on a Linux box.
After installing DosBox, you have a couple of options to run the OS.
The first is to run Windows DosBox from the box.
This will start DosBox and open up a window in the OS that displays the list of available operating systems.
To run Dosbox from Windows, right-click DosBox.
Click the Run button.
Select DosBox to start the OS on the DosBOX desktop.
Select Windows Dosbox and then click Run to start Dosbox.
The DosBox window should display the list.
You can choose to run dosbox on another OS.
You need to create an image from a different version of DosBox so you can run Windows OS.
To do this, right click on DosBox again, select New Image, and click the Browse button.
You should see a new DosBox image.
Select an existing DosBox installation to create the image.
Select the Dosboxes image from which you want the OS to run, and the image should display.
If the image doesn’t have a folder for it, click the Open button to open it.
If your DosBox has an icon for the OS, you may need to type in the path to the OS file.
If DosBox doesn’t recognize the image you created, click OK to close DosBox for now.
Docking a Linux system to the InternetThis is the easiest and fastest way to connect to your Windows machine.
Open the Dos Box application and click Start.
Select Add a guest computer…
The Add a Guest Computer window should open.
Select a computer from the list, and choose the one you want from the drop-down menu.
Select a virtual machine to attach to.
Click OK to accept the rules, and return to the Add a Virtual Machine window.
Docked to the network, you’re ready to go!
You can now access DosBox using a Windows computer. To