Unpack packed DOS binaries with DOSBox debugger

Set up the DOSBox debugger First off, you will need a DOSBox version that is compiled with the built-in debugger. If you are using Windows and don’t want to compile it yourself, you can grab the latest version of the DOSBox debugger from http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=7323. The unpacking target of my choice is Omniscent, one of the most impressive 4kb DOS intros […]

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29 byte DOS intro called fr29b

When going back down memory lane about my programming projects the first memory that comes up is developing software under DOS. The simple way of writing programs as .com files allowed for a lot of fun stuff like coding size competitions. Those executable files did not include any header and got executed as code starting from first byte of the […]

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