If you enjoy using old-school interface programs then you'll definitely get a kick out of this new homebrew DOS emulator developed by Darksidious for the Sony PlayStation Portable. Entitled PspDos 0.1, this Lua-based program features some of the basic commands found on the DOS platform, as well as some additional commands applicable for the PSP handheld.
The interface itself is a literal blast from the past, complete with the basic DOS prompt set on the root directory of your handheld's memory stick. PspDos also includes a set of commands which allows you to manipulate some files and directory found on your PSP.
Here's a list of the basic commands you can enter using the program:
Makedir: You can create a folder.
Exit: It lets you leave.
Cd [folder name]: lets go in the file.
CD -R: lets go to the root.
Cd -p: can return to the previous folder.
Del [file name]: lets you delete a file.
Deldir [folder name]: It lets you delete a folder.
Exe [file name]: allows to execute a file lua.
Time: gives a time.
List: to list the files of a folder.
Usb: enables it to turn on / off the usb.
Info -a: to view information on the PSP.
Info -c: to view the credits.
Info -g: to view the background information.
Help -[command]: to view the aid for orders.
Select: To show the former command typed previously.
If you're interested in trying out this newest adaptation of the classic DOS interface, we've provided a copy of this old-school homebrew app through the link found below. Enjoy the download!
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