Emulators

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Emulators

Emulators are software that allow to emulate a MIPS processor and eventually other devices, such as timers, serial ports, hard drives.

[Mips64Emul] is fairly complete as it can run NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux and Ultrix. It can emulate a wide range of processors (R2000, R2000A, R3000, R3000A, R6000, R4000               R4000PC, R10000, R4300, R4400, R4600, R4700, R8000, R12000, R14000, R5000, R5900, TX3920, TX7901, VR5432, RM5200, RM7000, RC32334, 5K, BCM4710, BCM4712, AU1000, AU1500, AU1100, SB1, SR7100) as well as a wide range of systems