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Offline curaga

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Qemu
« on: April 04, 2009, 02:41:23 PM »
Qemu had been requested, and here it is. Both tce and tcz as usual.

Both as a test, and to show off, here's TC inside TC inside TC:


The master-TC is booted natively from usb. Then a slave booted inside Qemu, mounting the usb stick as hda and qemu.tcz as hdb. Then another TC booted inside Qemu inside Qemu.

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Title:          qemu.tce
Description:    A full/cpu emulator
Version:        0.10.1
Author:         Various
Original-site:  http://nongnu.org/qemu
Copying-policy: GPL
Size:      12.9M
Extension_by:   Curaga
Comments:       Support for all architectures compiled in, both full
      systems and linux-cpu-emulators.

      As Qemu system emulation is by default completely done
      in software, it might work better but also slower than
      alternatives. Support for KVM not included. Kqemu is
      supported, but AFAIK the module doesn't compile with
      gcc4.

      Depends on SDL.
Change-log:     
Current:        2009/04/05 Original
The tcz is 16mb.
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Re: Qemu
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 09:28:24 AM »
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Both as a test, and to show off, here's TC inside TC inside TC:

Terrible performance hit with that... that picture took a reeeeaaalllly long time to download.  :)
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Re: Qemu
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2009, 10:25:38 AM »
Heh, I can tell the final step of emulation was not blazing :p
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