I'm trying to install QEMU on a Damn Small Linux installation in order to emulate Pentium features in a 486 computer. Though DSL was discontinued, it's the only Linux that runs reasonably on the 486 ...
If I compile QEMU in Linux running on a 486 processor, will it be able to emulate the Pentium processor features on it (like MSR)? And, if it doesn't, is there any way to emulate the Pentium features ...
Why do Intel 80486 and above CPUs have a double 32-bit internal data bus? ALU is still 32 bits wide, so what is the extra 32-bit bus for?
I've been rummaging through my garage, and I found my old 486 lying around. It has a 66 MHz of processing power and a 14.4 kilobaud modem. I'm looking for a way to share the internet connection on my ...