Yeah, like LeeTom implied, MacOS does not really use drive letters. DOSBox does not understand unix shortcuts like ~. So if you make a directory in your home directory, called "DOS games", the directory location would be
"/users/(your user name)/DOS games"
(I think it can handle spaces, but not sure). If you put the game on your desktop, it would be:
You mount disks like the previous posters have explained. For stuff on your hard drive it's easy. If you want to mount a CD, you have to know that in Mac OS X, CDs have the following path: /Volumes/<name_of_CD> . If you're unsure of the exact path for a CD that you've put in, open Terminal up and type:
You'll see a list of all disks in your computer (including hard drives, CDs/DVDs, and any other type of drive). In DosBOX, type the following to mount a CD:
mount -t cdrom d /Volumes/<name_of_CD>
Where <name_of_CD> is the name you found by doing the ls command above.