.dosz, disk images (iso, cue, img, ima, vhd) can be put into the .dosz
The default DOS emulator is now DOSBox Pure. The process of adding games that you own to DOSBox Pure is very simple, here is an example with One Must Fall 2097:
WARNING: Windows defaults to hiding file extensions. Please make sure that you turn off “hide file extensions” in Windows to make sure that it isn’t leaving a hidden
.zip at the end of your
DOSBox Core requires some additional setup. Please follow these instructions to set up the BIOS files.
You’ll need the BASS and BASSMIDI libraries and the MT32 roms.
bassmidi[xx]-linux/libs/aarch64/libbassmidi.soto your BIOS folder.
The MT32 roms are copyrighted material and cannot be shared. Like other BIOS files, you’ll need to source them on your own. You’ll need to add
MT32_PCM.ROM to your BIOS folder.