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SubjectRe: kernel 'simulator' and wave-form analysis tool?
> I must have been unclear.  I was not suggesting adding hardware.  I was 
> suggesting that we could run Linux under Bochs, which is a software x86
> emulator. Being what it is, hooks can be added to track "cpu activity"
> is it occurs within the emulator. This is all a simulation. The key
> idea I was suggesting was to log processor activity (of the emulator)
> and develop a viewer program which would help people visualize the activity.

Doesn't Valgrind already do most of what you want?

John.
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