> But there is a x86 emulator available called Bachs or something similar.
Sadly very slow... Hopefully he will eventually add an option for native
execution of X86 instructions and this will work better.
> freshmeat.net showed that they had a new release recently.
> On 05-Nov-98 Kevin Grey wrote:
> > There are a variety of emulators for Win95/Linux. I've never seen a Linux
> > emulator for windows, and I can't see why you'd want one. If you wanted
> > to run a Linux app from winblows you'd have to install the linux version
> > on the dos partition. Either way its a nice idea that would take an
> > extremely long and painful task. The benefits are far outweighed by the
> > technicalities.
> > ~~Kev
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