I am a computer science engineering student. I have currently taken up a project for developing an OS for smart wheel chair! Since i dont want to go as deep as kernel development, I have decided to work on linux kernel and build my OS on top of it. my question was, where do I find the emulators for Intel X86 tablets so that the OS i develop can be tested and debugged??
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For the x86 platform you have a few options. Assuming you want something that doesn't cost you money (like many students would prefer), here is a list that you can evaluate:
I would recommend VirtualBox because of it's rather complete featureset and versatility. It is possible to interact with a running Virtual Machine using the
You can read more about VBoxManage in the official documentation at http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch08.html.