I'm going to work on FreeBSD's floating point support, but I need to
test my changes on systems using the FPU emulators (non-GPL and GPL). 

Is there any way to use these emulators on a system that has a
hardware FPU?

Guessing from LINT's comments, you had to leave out npx and include
one of the emulators, but -current's config refuses to config a kernel
file without npx support.

I also tried to add "disable" to npx's config line, which compiles and
runs ok, but still uses the hardware FPU (timing and exception test). 

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