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MQEMU is an excellent system emulator created and maintained by Fabrice Bellard. During the course of using the
simulator, I have created a few useful patches of my own.
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PATCHES MAY BE NON-FUNCTIONAL, UNBUILDABLE OR EVEN DANGEROUS TO YOUR DATA.
The first was the AMD PCNet NIC as I wanted a better performing NIC than the NE2000 clone which QEMU simulates by default - and the PCNet adaptor was ideal, it is a bus-mastering, single-chip PCI NIC which is fairly simple to simulate. I later created the 3C509b and ISA-PnP simulations so that I could try running other legacy operating systems which had a limited set of supported NICs.
KQEMU Kernel Module for FreeBSD 4 and FreeBSD 5To use the KQEMU patch, you require the QEMU Accelerator Module. After unpacking my patch into the same directory in which the binary module is stored, you may build and install the module by simply running:
make -f Makefile.bsd && make -f Makefile.bsd install
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