- using plugins? - Resources for users testing status page: tells what has been tried and who got it working search on bochs web site SourceForge - look for bug reports - how to report problems (present as FIXME request in chapter 6 as well) - How to make feature requests?
The following table shows the arguments that can be used on the command line. For other arguments, see section bochsrc.
Table 5-1. command line arguments
|-q||quick start (skip configuration interface)|
|-f filename||specify configuration file|
|-log filename||specify Bochs log file|
|-dbglog filename||specify Bochs internal debugger log file|
|-n||don't try to load a configuration file|
|-r path||specify path for restoring state|
|-noconsole||disable console window (Windows only)|
|--help||display help message and exit|
|--help features||display available features / devices and exit|
|--help cpu||display supported CPU models and exit (CPU level > 4 only)|
These arguments are handled directly after starting Bochs. The next step is to load a default or specified configuration file (unless disabled with -n). Then the rest of the command line (bochsrc options) is parsed. This is done after reading the configuration file so that the command line arguments can override the settings from the file.