PowerPC architecture emulator
PearPC is a portable (but not ported) PowerPC platform emulator capable of
running most PowerPC operating systems.
To be able to emulate a useful PPC system, PearPC needs a hard disk image or access to a partition on which it can host its filesystem.
Some empty images can be downloaded from the official site (http://pearpc.sourceforge.net) or created manually.
This image has to be set in the config file, before use.
The config file can be system wide (/etc/ppc.conf) or user (~/.pp
PEARPC(1) PowerPC platform emulator PEARPC(1)
pearpc - architecture independent PowerPC platform emulator
capable of running most PowerPC operating systems.
PearPC (ppc) is an architecture independent PowerPC platform
emulator capable of running most PowerPC operating systems.
pearpc (0.4.0-5) unstable; urgency=low
* add kfreebsd-amd64 to arches (closes: #494990)
version 0.4 (released 20. December 2005):
- CPU: stfiwx imple
- why do 2.6 Linux-kernels not display console?
- OpenBSD doesn't start. why?
- NetBSD doesn't start
Main developer: Seb
This package was debianized by Leo Costela <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It was downloaded from http://pearp
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