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mkriegel



Joined: 15 Jul 2007
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mkriegel
Hello to all,

does anybody have some information on how to make bochs emulation x64-code. Do I have to recompile Bochs and which settings do I have to use to enable x64 support. Are there many bugs in x64-emulation? Does the debugger also work for x64 modes?

Or should I use another Virtual Machine or emulator?

THX MK

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Post 07 Aug 2007, 16:36
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mkriegel



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mkriegel
Ok, I found what I needed

Yes I have to recompile Bochs to enable X86-64 support. Recompiling Bochs failed in VC++ (don't ask why, I'm a C++ noob Wink. QEmu contains an x86-64 version in its windows package, which seems to work fine. The debugging tool "info registers" is said to be not able to show the extended registers.

Bye
Post 08 Aug 2007, 18:31
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Adam Kachwalla



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Use QEMU. It can emulate x86-64 without a problem.
Post 08 Aug 2007, 20:27
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mkriegel



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mkriegel
Good advise, I do since yesterday.

Goodbye Bochs - Hello QEmu

Thx
Post 09 Aug 2007, 04:28
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