|prehistorik (source package)||A side-view platform game|
|bumpy (source package)||Bumpy's Arcade Fantasy|
|dave (source package)||Dangerous Dave|
|tankwars (source package)||Tank Wars|
|gp (source package)||Grand Prix Circuit|
|dyna (source package)||Dyna Blaster|
|tunneler (source package)||Tunneler|
|tank (source package)||Tank Wars|
|haunted (source package)||Dangerous Dave in the Haunted Mansion|
|prince (source package)||Prince of Persia|
|aldo2 (source package)||Aldo's Adventure 2|
|mariovga (source package)||Mario Bros VGA|
|sokoban (source package)||Sokoban|
|cycles (source package)||The Cycles: International Grand Prix Racing|
You need to have a RPM-based distribution, such as Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenSUSE, rPath, ...
In most cases, it should be sufficient to click the game name, and follow the instructions.
The repository metadata is also available. To configure YUM to use it, add the following to your /etc/yum.conf file:
[dosgames] name=DOS Games baseurl=http://v3.sk/~lkundrak/dosgames/RPMS
You can install the games like this: yum install dyna
Since several games need to open files (high scores tables, or even program files) in write mode, they're world-writable in the packages. DOSBox provides no security sandbox, therefore code running in context of the game can manipulate your physical box.
Simply put: Assume the same level of security a plain old DOS would provide when sharing the computer with other users.
You can run the software only if you have a valid license to run it. The code of each of the games was downloaded from public Abandonware sites, and is publically available on numerous Internet sites.
It you are a copyright holder of any of these games and want to have it removed from here, please drop me a mail.