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I am working on creating my own kernel using C/Asm. I have always used QEMU as my emulator mainly because I can specify -kernel and it boots the kernel directly without a boot loader. I wish to switch to BOCHS for emulation and I was wondering if there was a similar option to avoid a boot loader and just boot the kernel.bin. Thanks!

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