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I'd be interested in building some images for QEMU. I have done this already with OS images, but not sure how to target QEMU for linuxbios images. What 'chipset' does QEMU use? Is there a generic virtual flash device? --[[User:Rob|Rob]] 23:25, 5 March 2007 (CET)
 
I'd be interested in building some images for QEMU. I have done this already with OS images, but not sure how to target QEMU for linuxbios images. What 'chipset' does QEMU use? Is there a generic virtual flash device? --[[User:Rob|Rob]] 23:25, 5 March 2007 (CET)
 
:Ignore that, found the answer.
 
:Ignore that, found the answer.
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lets have a little page for tech issues in this wiki (maybe exists? where?)
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would it be possible / useful to flash linux-bios in a 128Kbyte pci expansion card to avoid soldering work on Gigbyte unsocketed mainboard ? rip out the card and fallback to standard bios ?
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does QEMU allow singlestepping the BIOS ? dont RTFM me, I just wanna save time.
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--[[User:Quux|Quux]] 23:23, 6 March 2007 (CET)

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I'd be interested in building some images for QEMU. I have done this already with OS images, but not sure how to target QEMU for linuxbios images. What 'chipset' does QEMU use? Is there a generic virtual flash device? --Rob 23:25, 5 March 2007 (CET)

Ignore that, found the answer.



lets have a little page for tech issues in this wiki (maybe exists? where?)

would it be possible / useful to flash linux-bios in a 128Kbyte pci expansion card to avoid soldering work on Gigbyte unsocketed mainboard ? rip out the card and fallback to standard bios ?

does QEMU allow singlestepping the BIOS ? dont RTFM me, I just wanna save time. --Quux 23:23, 6 March 2007 (CET)