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RE: Q: Linux-MIPS emulation for x86?

To: "'linux-mips@fnet.fr'" <linux-mips@fnet.fr>
Subject: RE: Q: Linux-MIPS emulation for x86?
From: Jesus Eugenio Sanchez <eugenio.sanchez@avantel.com.mx>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 17:26:43 -0500
Is it free? Where can I get it?
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Jesús Eugenio Sánchez Peña (eugenio.sanchez@avantel.com.mx)
Avantel, S.A. x5868, v273-5868, (8) 153-5868


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>From:  ralf@uni-koblenz.de[SMTP:ralf@uni-koblenz.de]
>Reply To:      linux-mips@fnet.fr
>Sent:  Wednesday, June 10, 1998 3:46 PM
>To:    Jesus Eugenio Sanchez; 'Linux-MIPS Mailing List'
>Subject:       Re: Q: Linux-MIPS emulation for x86?
>
>On Tue, Jun 09, 1998 at 01:46:26PM -0500, Jesus Eugenio Sanchez wrote:
>
>> Hi, guys!
>> 
>> I just wanted to ask something I read in the FAQ, but wanted to
>> make sure if someone has more recent info.
>> 
>> Where can I find a good MIPS emulator that runs on Linux x86,
>> and try Linux-MIPS there? Has anyone had success on this?
>> 
>> Any info, or pointers to info, will be greatly appreciated.
>
>An MIPS simulator which allows _very_ detailed simulation and profiling
>is available from the university at Stanford.  It features multiple
>MIPS simulators which allow to simulate an entire system with varying
>degree of performance and details.  If you manage to port Linux/MIPS to
>SimOS, then I'd be very interested because this should make it possible
>to analyse bugs and performance in the MIPS kernel with a yet unreached
>precission.  Tell me if you need help with this.
>
>  Ralf
>
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