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Re: New Amiga Pegasos II QEMU board project
Posted on 22-Jun-2019 5:42:31
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@Fl@sh

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If you refer to Sam460ex qemu board it's working quite well in emulation.


super slow is not "quite well"

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Re: New Amiga Pegasos II QEMU board project
Posted on 22-Jun-2019 17:44:48
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@ppcamiga1

I agree, speed is still slow on today personal computers.
But it's fully functional and very compatible with real sam460ex boards.
You need only to buy AmigaOS4 and nothing else!

But now all us have already a virtual AmigaNG and, with further QEMU development united with new gen cpus, it will be faster than a real sam460ex in next years, still under emulation.

The best solution today could be got a fully virtualization on powerpc hardware, like powermacs or new blackbird computers as example, to avoid emulation and got fully hardware speed.
To get this we have only to enable KVM mode..
So if there're some developers interested, it could be a real thing in next few weeks/months, improving already present Sam460ex qemu virtual board, or building the new Pegasos 2 virtual board in development by Zoltan Balaton.

Last edited by Fl@sh on 22-Jun-2019 at 06:07 PM.

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