A few years ago, before I converted to Linux, I was using an old computer that an office suite called New Deal Office. It was designed for old computers like those that used the original Pentium processor and DOS ... in my case, Caldera DR-DOS.
Even though I am fully committed to using Linux, I am interested in using the files I created using New Deal Office. I am trying to see if I can install such software on an old Seagate hard drive I converted to USB 2.0 by way of a VanTec NexStar3 NST-360U2-BK Hard Drive Enclosure.
Even though I'm working on an idea of my own, I am interested in information about how to use Ubuntu to install DOS software on a USB drive.