I'm trying to run a DOS game in DOSBox, but it says it must be run under Win32. The game in question was recently re-released for higher resolution and ability to run under Windows. Does it mean it's no longer compatible with DOS? NB If it helps, the
I need to run a win32 executable which I do not trust. Is there any free online service which could do it for me? --------------Solutions------------- I try out all of my experimental software in a virtual machine before installing to my workstation.
I made a program with Visual Studio 2010. It required .NET Framework 4.0 to run, and the machine it needs to run on is not connected to the internet, so I found the redistributable online on my own machine and copied it over. I installed the software
When I try to run Chrome via Start → Run → "chrome", I succeed. However, I fail when I'm trying to run the Beyond Compare program via Start → Run → "bcompare", as I saw the executable is bcompare.exe. Why is that? --------------Solutio
I'm using Dev-C++ to develop some console apps to study. When my program tries to run system("PAUSE"); ZA stops it and asks me to allow or deny it. I check the "always" box but it seems that every time I compile it, it generates a new
In some Windows OS, every command line program works fine, but in some Windows OS, such as WinXP, This program cannot be run in DOS mode error occurs. How do I avoid this problem? --------------Solutions------------- Are you using Command.com or Cmd.
If I am running a reverse TCP shell and attempt to run su, I get the following message: su: must be run from a terminal I would like to emulate this behavior in my own program and am wondering how do I detect if a program is being run from a terminal
Is there something built-in to Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 to log which users have logged in, how long they've been logged in and which programs they've run? I'd even settle for a simple run count for all applications - not even user specific. I'm
I have full control over a Windows 2008 R2 server. A mobile client runs a windows terminal session on the server over RDP and WLAN. Its connection and session are currently active. Now I would like to launch a program within this session from the ser
I downloaded a program called LoginMgr. As with all programs, on first run I ran it in Sandboxie. I got a message box with this message: Sorry, this application cannot run under a Virtual Machine. I have friends who use it and there are plenty of rev
In this question I presented an idea I have for a simple programming language. The way programs written in this language will be run, is inside an interpreter written in Java, which will interpret the source code directly and execute it. I would say
I need to invoke a program with admin privileges from command prompt. it should prompt to the user an alert such as: I found many answers like: runas.exe /user:administrator %~dp0\MY_PROGRAM.BAT But it does not help me, because that in this way, the
Situation I have a batch script that prepares some files, executes a program (.exe) and then deletes said files. This task should run hourly, so I'm trying to configure this using Scheduled Tasks. The problem is that the previously mentioned program
I sudo'd a bash script, full of sudo apt-get install applicationname commands, and now my programs won't run, unless they are ran as sudo (BAD IDEA!) How do I fix this issue?
There is a python program I am making, and I am planning to have it launch via a bash script. However the program acts badly when the computer tries to launch it twice. Since I really only need this program to launch once, how do I tell if the progra
I know I can use top to view the overall real-time CPU & Memory usage, and nload for overall real-time bandwidth usage. But I wish to view the maximum(or average) CPU, Memory, & bandwidth usage of a program after its running. Just like time my_com
I'm wondering the way to show all program which are running currently with admin permission on Windows. I did google it and end up with no result. Thank You! --------------Solutions------------- One of the sysinternals tools, Process Explorer, can do
I am making a Who Wants to be a Millionare game in Python using graphics. I want the user to get 45 seconds per question to answer it. However, whenever I put a timer in my code it waits for 45 seconds first, then lets the user answer, instead of run
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I am currently attempting to update the BIOS of a Dell Inspiron 1564, I can't do it via Windows because the battery isn't recognized and thus won't allow me to update. I've tried booting in MS-DOS and FreeDOS via USB and running the update file but I