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What is PCem?

(May 2020) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) PCem (short for PC Emulator) is an IBM PC emulator for Windows and Linux that specializes in running old operating systems and software that are designed for IBM PC compatibles.

What versions of Windows does PCem emulators support?

However, starting with PCem v13, the emulation of NE2000 was officially added. Similar to Virtual PC, Bochs and QEMU, it emulates almost all versions of Microsoft Windows until Windows Vista (including Service Pack 2), MS-DOS, FreeDOS and CP/M-86 are also supported.

Does PCem support NE2000 as a networking interface?

An unofficial build of PCem allows to use SLiRP/WinPcap as a networking interface, plus emulated NE2000 and Realtek RTL8029AS Ethernet cards. However, starting with PCem v13, the emulation of NE2000 was officially added.

What is the difference between PCem and BIOS cache?

PCem simulates the BIOS cache, which relies on the processor rather than on system memory.

What is a PCem emulator?

PCem (short for PC Emulator) is an IBM PC emulator for Windows and Linux that specializes in running old operating systems and software that are designed for IBM PC compatibles. Originally developed as an IBM PC XT emulator, it later emulates other IBM PC compatible computers as well.

Whats new with PCem?

This adds PC1640 and AT emulation, 286 emulation, EGA/VGA emulation, Soundblaster emulation, hard disc emulation, and some bugfixes. PCem archive updated with (hopefully) bugfixed version. PCem v0.1 released. This is a new emulator for various old XT-based PCs.

Why has PCem been removed from the official webpage?

Versions of PCem from v0.5 until v8 have been removed from the official webpage, due to the use of the MAME OPL2 / OPL3 emulation code from when it was not yet licensed under a GPL -compatible license. Added Intel 80486 DX FPU emulation.

Whats new in PCem v13?

PCem v13 released. Changes from v12 : New machines added - Atari PC3, Epson PC AX, Epson PC AX2e, GW-286CT GEAR, IBM PS/2 Model 30-286, IBM PS/2 Model 50, IBM PS/2 Model 55SX, IBM PS/2 Model 80, IBM XT Model 286, KMX-C-02, Samsung SPC-4200P, Samsung SPC-4216P, Toshiba 3100e

How do I configure PCem to work with Novell NE2000?

Start PCEM’s graphical interface. Click the “Host Configuration” button and ensure that SLiRP is available and selected, then click “OK”. If it is not available, recompile PCem with networking support and try again. Select the applicable machine entry. Click the “Configure” button. Select the “Novell NE2000” option next to “Network”.

Does PCem support Bochs ne2k?

So PCem is an incredible emulator for the IBM PC platform. One thing that has been missing, and really missed has been networking. So a while ago, SA1988 came up with a patch that incorporated the BOCHS ne2k.cc into PCem. So as requested, I took the copy of SLiRP I’ve used in SIMH, Cockatrice and Previous, and got it working in PCem.

What operating systems does the NE2000 support?

Besides NetWare, driver support for these cards was (and still is) available for a variety of operating systems, including DOS, Microsoft Windows, UNIX, FreeBSD, QNX, and Linux. Note that Windows XP does not support non- Plug and Play versions and Windows Vista does not support the NE2000 at all.

Can I use a PC Card Ethernet adapter with the NE2000?

Although not tested, you may be able to use one of the NE2000 drivers in this package with PCMCIA (PC Card) ethernet adapters that are compatible with the NE2000. While you will not be able to insert or remove the PC Card adapter while OS/2 Warp Connect or OS/2 Warp Server is running, you may still be able to get access to the network.

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