I am having difficulty running a game using DOSBox. The problem begins after I begin the installation. It runs through fine, until it asks which drive I would like to copy the files to. It only shows Z, but not the mounted drive I selected (say H) for my DOS games directory.
My only choice is to select the Z drive, however it the tells me that it does not have enough space for the copies. This is ultimately the issue.
The exact error message is: "The drive you have selected does not have enough free space to install The 7th Guest. Please select another drive or exit and increase the free space on this drive".
There is also a second box on the right saying: "Space Remaining On Drive: < 5 Thousand Bytes."
Prior to that, is a screen asking me to select a drive. The only drive on the list is "Z:".
Is it possible to increase the size of the Z drive that DOSBox automatically creates? Or, is there a way of using the drive I mounted? It does not appear on the "Select Hard Drive" inside the installation.
I have considered compiling it from source, and taking a look at the code seeing if I can hack it. Of course, that is only if there is no easier solution.
I am trying to run The 7th Guest, a fantastic puzzle game. I am running DOSBox on Linux, Ubuntu 11.10 to be exact. The version of DOSBox I am running is 0.74.