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Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of UsersGuide/RunningInQEMU


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2016-04-19T16:31:32Z (4 years ago)
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Jakub Jermář
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    12 It detects emulator options to use from the used HelenOS configuration (e.g. whether you built for `ia32` or `mips`) and starts the appropriate emulator. For some architectures, it also sets-up networking, sound, USB and disk options. See `./tools/ew.py -h` for more information. Please note that this ''does not work'' for the prebuilt [wiki:Download images].
     12It detects emulator options to use from the used HelenOS configuration (e.g. whether you built for `ia32` or `mips`) and starts the appropriate emulator. For some architectures, it also determines networking, sound, USB and disk options. See `./tools/ew.py -h` for more information. Please note that this ''does not work'' for the prebuilt [wiki:Download images].
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    1414== Basics ==
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    16 We are assuming a sufficiently recent version of QEMU, such as 2.5.0 and newer. Older version may or may not work. You should be able to install a prepackaged version of QEMU from your distribution or you can build QEMU from scratch using a simple [browser:mainline/contrib/qemu/build-from-scratch.sh script] which comes with HelenOS sources:
     16We are assuming a sufficiently recent version of QEMU, such as 2.5.0 and newer. Older versions may or may not work. You should be able to install a prepackaged version of QEMU from your distribution or you can build QEMU from scratch using a simple [browser:mainline/contrib/qemu/build-from-scratch.sh script] which comes with HelenOS sources:
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