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bochs-2.6.2-1.i586.rpm 2013-05-26 2.9 MB 0
bochs-p4-smp-2.6.2-win32.zip 2013-05-26 2.4 MB 0
bochs-2.6.2-msvc-src.zip 2013-05-26 4.9 MB 0
Bochs-2.6.2.exe 2013-05-26 4.7 MB 11 weekly downloads
bochs-2.6.2-1.src.rpm 2013-05-26 4.3 MB 0
bochs-2.6.2-1.x86_64.rpm 2013-05-26 3.0 MB 0
README-bochs-2.6.2 2013-05-26 978 Bytes 0
bochs-2.6.2.tar.gz 2013-05-26 4.3 MB 88 weekly downloads
Totals: 8 Items   26.5 MB 9
Changes in 2.6.2 (May 26, 2013): - CPU - VMX: implemented VMENTER to non-active guest state (HLT, SHUTDOWN, WAIT-FOR-SIPI) - VMX: fixed write of guest segment access rights VMCS fields (32-bit field was truncated to 16-bit) - CPUID: Don't report Architectural Performance Monitoring in CPUID. Reporting true capabilities without actually supporting them breaks Win7 x64 installation. - CPUID: Fixed bx_generic CPUID std leafs (all std leafs > 2 were corrupted) - CPUID: Enable all supported VMX capabilities for bx_generic CPUID configuration. - CPUID: Enable X2APIC support for Ivy Bridge CPUDB configuration. - Configure and compile - Enabled VMX compilation by default in shortcut scripts. - Allow CPU_LEVEL=5 configurations (pentium_mmx and amd_k2_chomper) even when Bochs was compiled with CPU_LEVEL > 5. - Misc - Fixes for Bochs port on MorphOS (based on a patch by Thore Sittly): missing functions, byte-swapping and cdrom support.
Source: README-bochs-2.6.2, updated 2013-05-26

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