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bochs - Portable x86 Emulator.


bochs [bochs_options] [bochsrc_options]


Bochs is a portable Intel Architecture 32 (x86) emulator that runs on most popular
operating systems. Inside the emulator, it can run many operating systems including
Linux and Microsoft(R) Windows(R).


When you run bochs without one of the following options, it will search for a
configuration file called .bochsrc in the current directory and your home directory and
display the start menu.

-q With this option the start menu will be skipped after loading the configuration

-f configfile
This option specifies the name of the configuration file.

-qf configfile
When you run bochs with this option, it will skip the start menu and use the
specified configuration file.

-n With this option bochs doesn't load a configuration file. In that case the setup
for the emulation must be done with bochsrc options on the command line or in the
start menu.

-r path
Restore the Bochs state from path

-log filename
Specify Bochs log file name

-h, --help
Print a summary of the command line options for bochs and exit.

-h, --help features
Display available features / devices and exit

-h, --help cpu
Display supported CPU models and exit

You can override the settings from the configuration file with command line arguments,
using the same syntax as the bochsrc file. If you have any spaces in your command line
arguments, they should be enclosed in single quotes. For information on Bochs command
line and configuration file arguments, see the man page bochsrc(5).

bochs -q 'boot:a' 'floppya: 1_44=a.img, status=inserted'

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