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 === How to run MS-DOS GNX 4 === === How to run MS-DOS GNX 4 ===
  
-GNX v3 and v4 was intended ​for National Semiconductor'​s evaluation boards:\\+GNX v3 and v4 were a cross tols for National Semiconductor'​s evaluation boards:\\
 NSV-CG16-EDB,​ NSV-CG160-EDB,​ NSV-GX32-EDB,​ NSV-GX320-EDB,​ NSV-FX-GC-EDB,​ GC160LX-LBP,​ NSP-AM160-EDB,​ FX16FAX NSV-CG16-EDB,​ NSV-CG160-EDB,​ NSV-GX32-EDB,​ NSV-GX320-EDB,​ NSV-FX-GC-EDB,​ GC160LX-LBP,​ NSP-AM160-EDB,​ FX16FAX
  
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 https://​www.dosbox.com/​ https://​www.dosbox.com/​
  
-Take a GNX 4.4\\+Download ​a GNX 4.4\\
 http://​oldcomputers-ddns.org/​public/​pub/​rechner/​national_semiconductors_series_32000/​gnx/​nsc-gnx-4.4_images.rar http://​oldcomputers-ddns.org/​public/​pub/​rechner/​national_semiconductors_series_32000/​gnx/​nsc-gnx-4.4_images.rar
  
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 DosBox provides 16MB of DOS XMS memory by default (GNX/MS-DOS uses built-in DOS Extender). DosBox provides 16MB of DOS XMS memory by default (GNX/MS-DOS uses built-in DOS Extender).
  
-GNX v3 and v4 use relative modern ''​COFF''​ format (with debug info, modules support e.t.c). GNX4 cross-tools has a SYS5_2 and SYS5_3 (with shared libraries support) targets. “GNX Language tools 4” book has “COFF Programmers Guide” chapter.+GNX v3 and v4 use relative modern ''​COFF''​ format (with debug info, modules support e.t.c). GNX4 cross-tools has a SYS5_2 and SYS5_3 (with shared libraries support) targets. ​For more info read the “GNX Language tools 4” book “COFF Programmers Guide” chapter.
  
 GNX v4 C compiler supports ANSI C and function prototypes. GNX v4 C compiler supports ANSI C and function prototypes.
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