Subject: Re: Emulation
To: [Rei] Yudha Harimantoro Tejaningrat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Adam Hamsik <email@example.com>
Date: 09/13/2007 12:41:37
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On Sep 13, 2007, at 12:27 PM, [Rei] Yudha Harimantoro Tejaningrat wrote:
> From: "Adam Hamsik" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "[Rei] Yudha Harimantoro Tejaningrat"
> Cc: "NetBSD Users's Discussion List" <netbsd-users@NetBSD.org>
> > Hi
> > This is not correct mailing list you should sent this mail to
> > users or current-users. I'm moving it there.
> Well, I'm just follow the instructions.
> > You can use all well known and used emulation programs.
> > 1) Closed source
> > VmWare, Parallels, VirtualPC
> > 2) Open Source
> > Qemu, Bochs, gxemul and more 
> > 3)Paravirtualization
> > XEN
> OK, I'll try to change to other emulators.
> > What is problem with qemu and win32 ? can you post some error
> message ?
> The boot stop with warning: no /dev/console
How you installed your netbsd ? You can try to boot install cd and
mount that virtual disk. Then you can copy /dev/console from CD
memory disk to the virtual disk dev directory and try it again.
Probably best option for developing code for netbsd is use is in
native mode :).
> > http://www.netbsd.org/ports/emulators.html
> > Regards
> I'll try this link.
> Best Regards,
> [Rei] Yudha Harimantoro Tejaningrat
Proud NetBSD user.
We program to have fun.
Even when we program for money, we want to have fun as well.
~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
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