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Wednesday, 29 June 2011

how to run windows 95 on nokia n900

Here's the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsYyr9eUkA4

Ok, now you've seen what you're aiming to achieve, let's get on with it.

I've tried to make this guide as simple and short as possible so that everyone with an n900 can easily get Windows 95 running.

First things first, you're gonna need a few programs installed on your device to do this. Don't worry, they can be found in the maemo repositories.

emelFM2: This is an invaluable file manager. It allows you to do anything you want with any file on your device, including system files so be careful when you use it you can download it from google to rescarch ''emelfm2 emulator for nokia n900''

Dosbox: This is an x86 emulator with dos. It's what you're going to be using to boot Windows 95 with.

Installed those? Great. Next thing you're going to need is a bootable .img file of Windows 95. Now, i can't give you the one i have as that would class as piracy so you have two options; make one or find one on the internet. If you have the knowledge/skills to make one with your existing Windows 95 CD, do it. Failing that, search google for 'w95.img'. I'm quite sure you'll find what you need, if not you can always pm your email address for, 'extra advice'.

The same .img files used for loading Windows 95 on a symbian device or Sony PSP will work.

Ok, now you've got your .img, for the sake of making this guide easier to follow., rename the file w95.img. Good. Put the file in home/user/MyDocs (n900/ in the file manager)

Time to get started then

Make sure you type all codes exactly as they are written here, linux is case sensitive.

1) open up x-terminal and type the following:Code:
cd /home/user/MyDocs/
mkdir dos
cd dos
mkdir 95
cd /home/user/MyDocs/
mv w95.img /home/user/MyDocs/dos/95
2) open up emelFM2, click the white box on the left hand screen and type:Code:
/home/user/.dosboxA file called dosbox-0.73.conf should appear in the box below, highlight that file by clicking on it once then click the green downwards arrow in the center of the screen and press edit.

Scroll down to the bottom of this file to where it says 'Lines in this section willbe run at startup' and type the following underneath:Code:
mount c /home/user/MyDocs/dos
c:
imgmount e c:\95\w95.img -t hdd -fs fat
boot -l c
Click save and close emelFM2. Open Dosbox and sit back and watch while Windows 95 loads on your n900
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If you want to have a go at making programs run a bit better in dosbox, open up and edit the .dosbox config file again with emelFM2 and:

Disable all the sound emulation. (I'm sure you can do that without my help)

fullscreen=true
fulldouble=false
fullresolution=640x480

core=auto
cputype=auto
cycles=2800
cycleup=100
cycledown=100

warning: I WILL NOT RESPONZIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE EVEN IT COULD BROKE YOUR DEVICE IF YOU DONT NO THAT WHAT ARE U GOING TO DO THAN NOT TRY THIS I WILL NOT BRING YOU A NEW NOKIA N900

how to run android on nokia n900

WIKI:
http://wiki.maemo.org/Nitdroid_easy_install_on_EMMC

Files to be downloaded:
You'll have to download the kernel for both versions of Nitdroid.
Nitdroid kernel:
NITDroid-kernel-Mido.Fayad.deb

Nitdroid 0.0.9:
http://downloads.nitdroid.com/e-yes/NITDroid-0.0.9.tar.bz2

OR

Nitdroid Gingerbread:
http://downloads.nitdroid.com/e-yes/gingerbread.tar.bz2
Copy both of these files to:
Code:
/home/user/MyDocs
Installing NITDroid 0.0.9 to the EMMC:
1.Enable all repositories from App manager (Extras-testing, Extras-devel, Extras and the default Nokia repositories)
2.Install Leafpad from the App manager and make sure that you have root access
3.Close App manager, open X Terminal and execute the following commands to download Nitdroid installer package DO NOT RUN IT LATER just install it via this:
Code:
root
apt-get update
apt-get install nitdroid-installer
y
y again if it asks again
4.You know installed the old installer for Nitdroid, DO NOT RUN IT, after the nitdroid-installer package is installed, close X Term.
5.On a new X Terminal window, type the following commands:
Code:
root
cd /home/user/MyDocs
bzip2 -d NITDroid-0.0.9.tar.bz2
cd /home
mkdir /and
cd /
mount /home /and
cd /and
tar xvf /home/user/MyDocs/NITDroid-0.0.9.tar
dpkg -i /home/user/MyDocs/NITDroid-kernel-Mido.Fayad.deb
6. On Xterm:
Code:
leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/1 (then press tab on your touchscreen)
Your .item file shall open under leafpad. Take a look at ITEM_DEVICE
if you're using an mmc be sure that: ITEM_DEVICE:${INT_CARD}p2
OR
if you don't have an mmc be sure that: ITEM_DEVICE:mmcblk0p2
finish and you have done all these steps

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