Last Updated on: 27th December 2023, 06:47 pm

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Category: Machine Emulators
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, OS X, Windows, RISC OS, Amiga OS
License: GNU GPL
Interface: CLI
First release: unknown

ArcEm – a portable emulator of the Acorn A400 system. It runs on Unix (X Window), Windows, Mac OSX, GP2X, RISC OS and Amiga OS. It supports ARM 2 and 3 processor emulation, 4MB RAM, “.adf” disk images and ST506 hard drives up to 64MB.

The armulator has one configuration option, the default endianness of the processor. This can be changed by building with ENDIAN=BIGEND to produce a big-endian variant. The debugger can also select the endianness at run-time.

The emulator runs as a separate process, and communicates with a debugger via tcp. To start the emulator type armul where socknum is any number between 1024 and 65535. If the socket is already in use, armul will exit with an error.

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