Hello everyone, this thread is just to let you know, what IngoReis and I work on for the Rebirth Competition. Ingo had the idea to compile qemu for the Pandora and he tested some stuff, that works really well. Because he wasn't able to make a pnd of it, because he compiled on the Pandora, I tried to make it work in the toolchain. Now what is the purpose of this? - DosBox on Pandora works fairly well, but booting a Windows system in it is too slow and even games run not the way i liked to play them. This approch is much faster. How does it work? - You can create a virtual machine with qemu and install an operating system of your choice into it. This operating system can be any os, that runs on a x86 machine. What works? - We tested to run DOS, Windows 95, Windows XP, FreeDOS and ReactOS in it. All of them worked fine. Newer Systems are of course slower than older ones. (Thanks to slaeshjag, foxblock and others for testing!) A lot of games work, too and many of them with really good speed compared to dosbox. How fast is it? - It depends on the games you want to run. Sometimes games, that need a Pentium 90 run acceptable, but sometimes games struggle, that just need a 486 33 MHz PC. So, it depends. I think all in all we have the speed somewhere between a 486 66 MHz to a Pentium 60 MHz. What doesn't work? - Some games, that are too resourcehungry, as well, as the touchscreen (it is off, but we are working on that). External mice and nubs do work though. - What you will tell us after release Where can I download it from? - You can't download it right now, as it is work in progress and will be released after some more optimizations for the Rebirth Competition. I have never used qemu before, how can i possibly use this thing? - We will provide a customized, easy to use gui for it, that makes it easy to create an image, mount an image or mount additional isos or change the most useful options for graphics, sound, networking and emulation. And now, videos say more than thousand words. Enjoy: Warcraft 2 (DOS): https://www.youtube.com/embed/CXRE36Yxb2k?feature=oembed The pink tint is due to the ptod-LCD of IngoReis. Sorry for that. More to come. Stay tuned!