Emulation

Emulation is the process of simulating a computer with an interpreter that runs the bytecode of compiled programs for that machine. It's most commonly used to run operating systems inside of others or to play video games.

Future Reading

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PCI Passthrough

A technique for getting near-native performance in an emulator. https://www.reddit.com/r/VFIO/comments/hyerum/problem_with_pci_passthrough_in_kvmqemu/ https://dominicm.com/gpu-passthrough-qemu-arch-linux/ game boy em chip8 em in nim https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/gyo.html

I got my Gameboy emulator running in my OS! https://github.com/michelhe/rustboyadvance-ng https://github.com/vascofazza/8bit-cpu https://github.com/Two9A/jsGB

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CPU Emulation

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