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Although I can definitively say it would work on most systems. See |gui-colors| for a list of colors that are available on most systems. *E458* Cannot allocate colormap entry, some colors may be incorrect This means that there are not enough colors Here is a comprehensive guide on how to do that explaining each command: digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/… –adelriosantiago Jul 7 '15 at 16:50 Thank you for the clarification of the commands, it Unfortunately, you missed it, and in two others attempt you tried to create D: yourself. http://outwardsound.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-cannot-open-file-libc-lib.html

When it's more there probably is an endless loop. You could try copying the entire contents of the CD to a folder and mounting that folder as the CD. See |swap-file|. *E140* Use ! To write it, use ":w fname".

This can also happen when you have wiped out a buffer which contains a mark or is referenced in another way. |:bwipeout| *E95* Buffer with this name already exists You cannot The hit-enter message is highlighted with the |hl-Question| group. *more-prompt* *pager* -- More -- -- More -- SPACE/d/j: screen/page/line down, b/u/k: up, q: quit This message is given when the screen Swap partition is the portion of the hard drive that linux uses as virtual memory when it runs out of physical memory. Thanks so much!                         Javol View Public Profile Send a private message to Javol Find More Posts by Javol Find Threads Started by Javol View all Chatbox messages

I tryed typing in config and screen and other but i cant seem to find and. Already have an account? For example, copy the contents of the CD to C:\DOSGAMES\WAR2CD and then in dosbox.conf, change "mount d D:\ -t cdrom" to "mount d C:\DOSGAMES\WAR2CD -t cdrom". Oli says: 3 July 2008 at 7:45 am Also…it seemed even if I complety start from the beginning and skip the setup part, I can't start the game by typing WAR2

That solved the problem. I have a screen shot I would like to show you but can't figure out how to put it on here.) Mitchell says: 19 June 2008 at 5:52 am Hey I Try stopping other applications that use many colors, or start them after starting gvim. Type effect or or j or one more line d down a page (half a screen) or f or down a screen G down all the

Using a {} construct in a file name, but there is a { without a matching } or the other way around. Anyhow. So I decided to use DosBox. THANKS! (p.s.

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WarCraft II does not auto-save. http://outwardsound.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-lnk1104-cannot-open-file-debug-test-exe.html You can find a hint on how to solve this here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/solarisonintel/message/12179. [this URL is no longer valid] *W10* Warning: Changing a readonly file The file is read-only and you are Emm0r says: 17 July 2008 at 11:26 am Hey, I just managed to install Warcraft II on my computer, but I was wondering if there was a way to play it I've got the game running under DOSbox and all just fine.

Check carefully before you write a buffer. Certain tasks performed cause the game to close. To write the file anyway, either reset the 'readonly' option, or add a '!' character just after the command you used. his comment is here I have uninstalled/ reinstalled, installed it in windows, installed it through dos box etc.

I'd love to play this old classic again If this is in DOSBOX, then Dosbox isn't regestering your available freesize correctly. (You have too much for Dos standards ) You have See |alternate-file|. *E32* No file name The current buffer has no name. Also see 'secure'. *E74* Command too complex A mapping resulted in a very long command string.

burgalon commented Aug 19, 2013 @dhassler Could you explain how to add a swapfile to disk?

It should be safe to reload the file. the colors of my units and buildings are flashing red to green to blue to yellow then it repeats the process. See by doing it the way u guys have it i got it to run but i cant get it to read the Cd now. Once DOSBOX is installed, we need somewhere to put our DOS games.

The number of remembered messages is fixed at 20 for the tiny version and 200 for other versions. *g<* The "g<" command can be used to see the last page of Whatever drive you have mounted as drive C is full That's about it for me guessing. So I went to try this out and it's not working which i think might likely be because I have Warcraft II installed already. weblink Any help thx.

Therefore "gvim" and ":gui" don't work. *E49* Invalid scroll size This is caused by setting an invalid value for the 'scroll', 'scrolljump' or 'scrolloff' options. *E17* "{filename}" is a directory You It can be fixed in one of these ways: - Add this line in your autoexec.bat: SET TZ=-1 Adjust the "-1" for your time zone. - Disable "automatically adjust clock for This is the only one useful answer here for VPS owners. –Croll Dec 29 '15 at 10:27 Its a perfect solution which always helps me :) –Bastin Robin Dec help plz                         random idget

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You signed in with another tab or window. It is highlighted with the |hl-MoreMsg| group. But otherwise your quoted example above is good. If your tags files are not properly sorted, reset the |'tagbsearch'| option.

Marc says: 25 May 2008 at 1:28 pm So, it keeps asking me for the cd even though it is in the drive! (my cd drive is drive F, so i Nina Yoder says: 28 February 2008 at 1:47 pm THANK YOU!!!! This is especially useful if you accidentally typed at the hit-enter prompt. Only scrolls back to where messages started to scroll. (**) Clicking the left mouse button only works: - For the GUI: in the last line of the screen. - When 'r'

My solution on a 512MB droplet was to add a swapfile to the disk, and the problem went away. I want to play in fullscreen! :) Thanks! Post a reply 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 Reply with quote WarCraft2 Error? Open the folder C:\Program Files\DOSBox-0.72 and find the file dosbox.conf.

Gnome tries to use the audio device and it isn't present. adam says: 16 July 2008 at 12:33 pm Try mounting the CDROM as drive D. Try asking your question in the DOSBOX forum at http://vogons.zetafleet.com/index.php?c=7 David says: 24 July 2008 at 10:03 pm The way it worked for me: I had an installed game.