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 Aug 15, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* x86 on PSP

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Playstation2/Sony
It runs slowly, but it definitely runs.

Win95 and Linux, that is. Then again, without a major amount of space in the memory card, this is more academic than anything else. Don't expect to be running DOS-based games or anything, since the keyboard controls aren't there to use.

Earlier we reported on the Bochs x86 emulator being ported to the PSP by Matan. This is indeed true and has opened the door for a wide range of options that the PSP can now do, not limited to but including the running of: FreeDOS, Linux, DLX Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, PicoBSD, Pragma Linux, Debian 3.0r0 and 2.2r5, and any other disk images with pre-installed systems on them

 

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