SUNSYS Setup Utility program can be used for manual (re)configuration of protected mode applications bound to DOS/32 Advanced DOS Extender as well as the stand-alone DOS/32 Advanced DOS Extender and STUB/32C Configurable Stub file executables (DOS32A.EXE and STUB32C.EXE files).
The usage of SUNSYS Setup Utility is:
When only one file name is specified at the command line (that is execname.xxx) SUNSYS Setup Utility will enter a specially designed windowed mode which will allow manual (re)configuration of the referenced application execname.xxx.
When two file names, or a file name followed by a command are specified at the command line, the Setup program will act as a console based application without entering windowed mode. In the case of two file names specified at the command line (for example execname.xxx config.d32), the Setup will read configuration from config.d32 file and apply it to execname.xxx application. In the case of a file name and a command (for example execname.xxx /INFO), the Setup will perform an action on the referenced application without altering its configuration.
The optional config.d32 configuration file can be replaced with the following Commands:
The supported Options are:
Below is included a detailed description of all the windows available in the windowed mode of the SUNSYS Setup Utility, information displayed in them and options available.
Please read this document carefully before attempting to reconfigure DOS/32 Advanced, and be aware of that certain options, when set to improper values may cause the DOS Extender to malfunction and crash your application. Note that the Setup Utility will always check whether the changed options are outside the recommended and critical ranges. Values shown in yellow color will warn you that they are outside the recommended range, and the red-flashing values will inform you of that the chosen parameter is invalid. Remember that you can always use the F6-key to quickly restore the default (factory) settings.
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