QUOTE(chyang @ Sep 1 2005, 12:45 AM)
Here is the binary package.
it contains the bochs and the opt/Qtopia/sharp/lib/libSDL.* for bochs.
Try to get the BIOS/VGA file from bochs distribution, or I will post it if you like.
To run it, just as you run it under linux
bochs -q -f bochsrc.bxrc[not included, you should build your own]
I installed windows 98 SE in bochs on my desktop, and then copy the disk image file to Z.
I do love C3000. A cool portable powerful workstation.
Tried it finally, but I get an "error while loading shared libraries: /home/QtPalmtop/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0: undefined symbol: pthread_create".
I create the symbolic link "/home/QtPalmtop/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0" to the file libSDL-1.2.so.0.7.1 supplied in your tar.gz. Once I then run ldconfig, the lonk is modified to point to "/home/QtPalmtop/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0.0.7".
I do not know why. Any ideas?
If I run bochs without running ldconfig first, i.e. with the link to the correct library file, the undefined symbol error message does not apprear, it works.
But the next time I run ldconfig, it stops working again.
Some more notes / questions:
Task switching from and back to bochs with Shift-Home in Cacko 1.23b1 ROM does not work. When switching back I get the white "Plase wait" screen in portrait mode, some time later the task bar appears again, but "Please wait" remains on the screen. nothing else happens. If I then switch to another open application, bochs appears shortly on the screen, before the application appears I just switched to.
Also, if I start bochs (with bochs -q -f ?/.bochsrc), firstly only a cursor appears in the bottom top corner and the QTopia task bar flickers at the bottom. Only if I tap on the symbol of another open application, the task bar disappears and bochs runs fine (but slowly - booting a DOS7 disk from Windows 95 did not finish yet after 10 minutes - must check the boot disk image, maybe it has a problem).
And: how can I quit bochs? Currently I have to kill the process.
daniel (thankful for any hint - I'm still interested in getting some old HP palmtop applications to wok on the Zaurus!)