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GXemul

GXemul is an instruction-level machine emulator. In addition to simulating CPUs, surrounding hardware components are also simulated, in some cases well enough to run real (unmodified) operating systems.

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  •  14 Feb 2010 11:00

    Release Notes: A new framework is used by the testm88k machine only. Minor documentation updates were made.

    •  21 Jun 2009 16:48

      Release Notes: The documentation has been updated to reflect new versions of released guest operating systems (NetBSD 4.0, OpenBSD 4.5, and HelenOS 0.4.0).

      •  07 Feb 2009 20:47

        Release Notes: Some more M88K instructions have been implemented. NetBSD/hpcmips can be run with a serial console. Previously, only graphical framebuffer was supported.

        •  02 Jan 2009 22:02

          Release Notes: Motorola 88100 emulation is now complete enough to run a guest operating system (OpenBSD/mvme88k 4.4).

          •  11 Nov 2008 04:40

            Release Notes: GDB when running on an emulated ARM machine can now make use of breakpoints. A free() bug in the iso9660 booting code was fixed. Installation instructions for guest OSs (NetBSD and OpenBSD) have been updated to recent versions.

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