Emulating x86 on the Nanopim4V2


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Hi,

I am looking for a way to emulate x86(windows xp) on the rk3399.I know it is a arm64 and it wil only use one core there for it wil be slow/bad performance....I dont care its for a low demanding administration tool that i wrote a few years a go for windows that id like to run on the rk so i can put my main pc in storage.

 

On youtube i found some guides

1/ExaGear 

tried and failed dependency missing or not compactible

2/QEMu

Tried and failed: vnc running on .......... (network adress) But no Gui to been seen anywhere

qemu-system-i386 -L . -hda nt4.cow -net nic,model=pcnet -net user -cpu pentium -soundhw all -vga cirrus -m 3G -cdrom WXPVOL_EN.iso -boot d

(command used)

 

considering that so far all my attempts have failed......Is there a in house guide on how to emulate x86 on rk3399.

or a uptodate turtorial....i can hardly beleive that i am the only one that wants to emulate a low performance x86 environment.

as always any help is welcome

 

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8 hours ago, LNoodle said:

I am looking for a way to emulate x86(windows xp) on the rk3399.I know it is a arm64 and it wil only use one core there for it wil be slow/bad performance....I dont care its for a low demanding administration tool that i wrote a few years a go for windows that id like to run on the rk so i can put my main pc in storage.

 

Sounds like a good reason to revisit that code and make it work across platforms.

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