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Old 05 September 2014, 11:46   #276
nikos.rizos
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YES!

Great news!
Looking forward for a new beta to test this.


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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen View Post
OS4 boots now with QEMU core. It seems to be faster, at least previously really slow boot logo fade took only 1 second which at least confirms working JIT, boot (adf+cd) from color flashing to installation selection took about 1 minute.

QEMU currently runs in separate thread even when m68k is stopped = io serialiation probably is big bottleneck when non-m68k OS is actually running.

Still more work to do... Generic mapping of UAE memory to QEMU memory "API" is not that simple.
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