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Raine 0.30 (DOS) is out! - February 01,2001 by JoseQ
The DOS version of Raine has been released too! You can download it from the Emulator Download Page. The Linux version is available from here as well! Be sure to check the documentation for what's new in each version.

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Name: theripper2000 Posted: Saturday, February 3, 2001 - (13:51)
Subject: jostick problem with raine32dos
From: 213.224.83.27
I have a jostick on usb and a normal jostick, it is not possible to play with two players, i just bougt the usb jostick and now raine emu detect only the usb jostick. And first i played the games with the normal jostick.
Could sombody help me.

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Name: sv Posted: Friday, February 2, 2001 - (16:19)
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From: 205.162.233.179
hi JoseQ, the game puchi carat for raine on your site is corrupt (not a complete file) please fix it, thank you

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Name: Atomic Skull Posted: Friday, February 2, 2001 - (5:02)
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From: 24.16.44.82
Anyone who tells you that DOS apps are 16-bit isn't a programmer and doesn't know what the hell they are talking about, DOS is 16-bit, but DOS applications can be 32-bit, and have been for years now. DOS isn't really a "true" OS like Linux or Windows, it's a command interpreter. you can launch a 32-bit OS like Win98 from it, and you can also launch 32-bit stand alone applications from it. BIOS calls complicate things a bit, but this is solved by using a DOS extender (ever see that "DOS4GW Protected Mode DOS Extender" message that pops up when you run Doom?) that "thunks" back to 16-bit mode when BIOS functions (such as hard drive access) are called.

Well, in _theory_ you could rewrite all that as 32-bit code, but then you'd need drivers for specific hardware, and in the end you'd have a 32-bit OS (this is why NT and Linux *require* drivers for things like SCSI hard drives)

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Name: Takis Posted: Thursday, February 1, 2001 - (19:09)
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From: 172.134.151.68
As far as I am concearned, Raine has allways been a "32" application. Its frontend was and is just superb

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