That's Bochs.

Pat


On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 9:21 PM, dos386 <dos...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dosbox is an emulator that emulates an x86 processor and PC hardware
>> In this way, it is similar to qemu or bochs
>
> good ...
>
>> It goes one step beyond in that they added to the emulator a
>> DOS-like interface that maps the native file system into the DOS system 
>> calls,
>> as well as the remaining DOS and BIOS system calls.
>
>> I might add that I would not generally recommend using
>> the DOSBox built-in DOS
>
> To be useful for me, 2 things would have to change:
>
> - Remove the word "DOS" from the name (the thing is unable to boot
> into a PC, so it's not a OS and thus not a DOS)
>
> - Remove the "DOS-like interface that maps the native file system"
> (so turn it into a clean 80386 / 80486 / early Pentium PC emulator)
>
>
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