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These are the minimum requirements for running an OS inside of Bochs:

  • the Bochs executable

  • the BIOS image (usually called BIOS-bochs-latest)

  • the VGA BIOS image (e.g. VGABIOS-lgpl-latest or VGABIOS-elpin-2.40)

  • at least one bootable media, either as disk image (floppy, hard disk or CD-ROM) or physical disk (floppy or CD-ROM)

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Sdl Zip free download - Quick Zip, Ultimate ZIP Cracker, Express Zip Free File Compression, and many more programs. Bochs will allow you to run Win 95 and associated software on your Unix/X11 workstation, displaying a window on your workstation, simulating a monitor on a PC. Download Bochs Portable 2.4.6 Development Test 1 2.92MB download / 13.8MB installed.

Note: Both VGA BIOS versions as well as the ROM BIOS are part of the Bochs package. No separate download is necessary.See Section 4.2 for more information.

Note: If you want to use the Cirrus SVGA adapter instead of VGA + Bochs VBE, you shouldhave a look at Section 8.20.

In that case you have to pass the configuration options on the commandline or to use the configuration interface to set up Bochs for the simulation.Running Bochs is easier if you use a configuration file (we call itbochsrc). See Section 4.3 for all supported options.

The easiest way to setup Bochs for the first time is to use the example configurationfile called bochsrc-sample.txt. Locate that file (location dependson the (host) OS and on the installation facility used) and copy it to a location whereBochs looks for that file, see Section 5.2.

The next step is to change the configuration so that it fits your needs: You mostlikely want to setup a hard disk (see Section 8.23 andSection 4.3.21), and install some OS on it using eithera set of floppy disks (see Section 4.3.19) or a CD-ROM(see Section 4.3.21 again) as installation media.Make sure you boot the emulation from the media you want, using the right settingas boot option.

If your keyboard output inside of Bochs is wrong, you may also need a keymap fileto remap your keyboard layout to the U.S. layout. A set of keymap files for theX window system and SDL (Linux port) is distributed with Bochs. If yourkeyboard layout is not supported yet, you can create your own one by following theinstructions given in Section 4.4.

A collection of disk images of different operating systems can be found athttp://bochs.sourceforge.net/diskimages.html. Some diskimages are the size of a floppy disk (1 meg compressed) and others are gigantic(160 meg compressed). If you want to create a disk image yourself, please seeSection 8.2.

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Bochs 2.0 is Coming!

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This page describes the latest progress as we move toward releasing Bochs 2.0.Please check it periodically, because it will change regularly.


What's new?
Our last release was Bochs 1.4.1 on June 23 of this year. Since then therehas been a LOT of development activity, especially since mid-August. Here'sa summary.

  • CPU optimizations boost simulation speed by around 2x. (Kevin Lawton)
  • Bochs now supports up to 8 hard drives, or 8 CDROMs, or any combination(Christophe Bothamy)
  • The wxWindows interface has grown so that you can edit all bochsrc parameters using menus and dialog boxes (Bryce Denney)
  • Added support for the AMD x86-64 instruction set used in their Hammer processor (Peter Tattam)
  • Added support for MMX instructions (Stanislav Shwartzman)
  • Added support for SSE and SSE2 instructions (Stanislav Shwartzman)
  • Remote GDB stub support (Johan Rydberg, Stu Grossman)
  • Added plugin support for Linux, Solaris, MacOS X, and Cygwin. Pluginsallow you to compile Bochs with support for many options and load thepieces that you want at runtime.
Here is the current Change Log. It is now complete, after lots of work by Bryce, Christophe, and Volker.


The ReleaseProcess
Before the 2.0 release is finalized, a few things need to happen. First, thedevelopers declare a feature freeze, during which only bug fixes will beadded to the CVS. The feature freeze began around the first of November,and will continue until the release is ready. During the feature freeze, wefocus on testing Bochs in all sorts of configurations, fixing bugs, updatingdocumentation, and generally cleaning things up. The freeze will last until wehave some confidence that the most critical bugs have been fixed or workedaround, and that Bochs will compile and work on all supported platforms.

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During this time, the Source Forge bug/feature/patch trackers are veryimportant and very useful. Any bug that we intend to fix before the 2.0release should be marked with Group='to be fixed in v2.0'. At the time ofrelease, there will be no more open bugs, features, or patches marked for v2.0.All items that are marked for v2.0 will be either fixed (and closed), orpostponed by changing their Group marking to something else like 'long rangegoal'. Using the bug database helps to ensure that nothing important getsforgotten. When you're looking at the Source Forge database, you can click onthe Group box and select just the items that are selected for v2.0.

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As the release approaches, we make some pre-release versions with binaries sothat it's easy for people to try out the new features and check if we've brokenanything. These will be called 2.0.pre1, 2.0.pre2, etc. Meanwhile, wecontinue fixing things, cleaning up, and trying very hard not to add more bugsin the process. Eventually the developers will agree that we've done enoughtesting and we should go ahead and call it 2.0.

Click to see Bug Reports.
Click to see Feature Requests.
Click to see Patches.


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DateVersionDescriptionDownload
2002-12-15Bochs 2.0.pre4Bochs source code2.8meg
Source RPM for Linux (all architectures)2.8meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux. This RPM was built on a Redhat 7.3 system. Itwas compiled with plugins, CDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, all speed optimizations, PCI, MMX, SSE, and SSE2. The default displaylibrary is X11, but you can also select between SDL, term, RFB, wxWindows, svgalib, or no gui using the display_library option in bochsrc.3.2meg
ZIP file with Win32 binaries. The binaries were compiled with support forCDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, and all speed optimizations. There aretwo Bochs executables: bochs.exe without the debugger, and bochsdbg.exewhich is compiled with the Bochs debugger.2.6meg
.EXE installer package for Win32 with all the same same binaries as the ZIP.The NSIS installer is very new, so please test out every little feature to seeif anything needs to be improved. The installer work was completed by MichaelRich.2.6meg
ZIP file with Bochs source code configured for MS VC++ 6.0 (win32). Download this file if you want to rebuild Bochs in VC++ yourself, perhapswith different options. You can unzip this file, load up the MS VC++ workspace'bochs.dsw' and just click on Build.2.3meg
2002-12-05Bochs 2.0.pre3Bochs source code2.0meg
Source RPM for Linux (all architectures)1.9meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux. This RPM was built on a Redhat 7.3 system. Itwas compiled with plugins, CDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, all speed optimizations, PCI, MMX, SSE, and SSE2. The default displaylibrary is X11, but you can also select between SDL, term, RFB, wxWindows, svgalib, or no gui using the display_library option in bochsrc.3.1meg
ZIP file with Win32 binaries. The binaries were compiled with support forCDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, and all speed optimizations. There aretwo Bochs executables: bochs.exe without the debugger, and bochsdbg.exewhich is compiled with the Bochs debugger.2.3meg
.EXE installer package for Win32 with all the same same binaries as the ZIP.The NSIS installer is very new, so please test out every little feature to seeif anything needs to be improved. The installer work was completed by MichaelRich.2.4meg
ZIP file with Bochs source code configured for MS VC++ 6.0 (win32). Download this file if you want to rebuild Bochs in VC++ yourself, perhapswith different options. You can unzip this file, load up the MS VC++ workspace'bochs.dsw' and just click on Build.2.3meg
2002-11-19Bochs 2.0.pre2Bochs source code1.9meg
Source RPM for Linux (all architectures)1.9meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux. This RPM was built on a Redhat 8.0 system. Itwas compiled with plugins, CDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, all speed optimizations, PCI, MMX, SSE, and SSE2. The default displaylibrary is X11, but you can also select between SDL, term, RFB, wxWindows, or nogui using the display_library option in bochsrc.2.1meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux, compiled for Redhat 7.3.2.1meg
ZIP file with Win32 binaries. The binaries were compiled with support forCDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, and all speed optimizations.2.3meg
.EXE installer package for Win32 with all the same same binaries as the ZIP.The NSIS installer is very new, so please test out every little feature to seeif anything needs to be improved. The installer work was completed by MichaelRich.2.4meg
ZIP file with Bochs source code configured for MS VC++ 6.0 (win32). You canunzip this file, load up the MS VC++ workspace 'bochs.dsw' and just click onBuild.2.3meg
2002-11-14Bochs 2.0.pre1Bochs source code1.9meg
Source RPM for Linux (all architectures)1.8meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux. This RPM was built on a Redhat 6.2 system. Itwas compiled with support for X windows, CDROM, SB emulation, NE2000, VBE, andall speed optimizations.1.8meg
2002-09-07wxWindows 2.3.3The main wxWindows site is at http://wxwindows.org/. Bochs works best with version 2.3.3. A few binary packages that have been tested with Bochs are listed below. If you find a binary thatmatches your system, try it. Otherwise, look on the wxWindows web site and seewhat you can find.
Source RPM for Linux (all architectures)4.8meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux, containing wxWindows dynamic libraries.This RPM was compiled on an x86 machine running Redhat Linux 8.0.2.3meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux, containing wxWindows static libraries.This RPM was compiled on an x86 machine running Redhat Linux 8.0.2.2meg
Binary RPM for x86 Linux, containing header files that you need tocompile any wxWindows application. This RPM was compiled on an x86 machinerunning Redhat Linux 8.0. 551k.551k
ZIP file with Cygwin libraries, release version. These were compiledwithout debug support.3.6meg
ZIP file with Cygwin libraries, debug version. These were compiledwith debug support so they are useful if you are doing any kind of wxWindows development.8.8meg
2002-10-06SDL 1.4.5The SDL library can be downloaded from http://libsdl.org. Bochs has been tested mostwith 1.2.4, but get the most recent version you can find.