FYI: Merge in progress...
stepan at openbios.org
Tue Oct 19 12:20:01 CEST 2004
* Adam Sulmicki <adam at cfar.umd.edu> [041019 19:28]:
> it has a name. the name is bochs.
> more seriously if we could do it one way and move bochs bios to real
> hardware, we could go other way and move LB to bochs hardware (which is
> something like intel 440BX IIRC).
The emulation/qemu-i386 target should work with bochs, if it supports
rom images with more than 64k. The reason I called it qemu-i386 is
because qemu is a lot faster than bochs, and it supports many CPU
architectures, instead of just x86 while emulating a fixed set of PCI
hardware. Thus, creating a qemu-ppc or qemu-sparc target for LinuxBIOS
would probably not be too much work.
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