Full DOS screen can't be handled
Alex K. Angelopoulos
alex "at" bittnet.com
Mon Jul 1 14:43:01 2002
Beyond CB's notes:
You might also want to consider activating the Telnet server in Windows 2000.
How this will work with a console application depends on the console
----- Original Message -----
From: "Beerse, Corn(&" <cbeerse "at" hiscom.nl>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Monday, 2002-07-01 06:10
Subject: RE: Full DOS screen can't be handled
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: szxbao [mailto:szxbao "at" 163.com]
> > We try to use VNC as a training tool. Our programs run with a
> > full DOS screen on windows 2000 or other windows versions.
> > We find that VNC will not work with a full screen DOS
> > application. It is sad that we can't change our operation, we
> > need to find a way to make VNC or another product fit our needs.
> > This is a urgent issue to us, has anybody else experienced
> > this problem and found a solution?
> If your application can run in a dos-box in windows, the best thing you can
> do is maximize the dos box size. The best way to do this is selecting a
> large font in the properties box.
> I recal fro W'98 you can just stretch the box to the screen limits, the font
> will enlarge automatically.
> My current W2k does not allow me to stretch the window. If I select a larger
> font in the properties box (right mouse on title bar) then the size can go
> beyond my screen.
> The default vncserver is a windows application and does not operate in real
> msdos mode. I do know there is something for msdos however I don't recall if
> it's a server or a viewer.
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