Latest release: Bochs 2.6.7
Bochs 2.6.7 is an intermediate (bugfix+) release. Here is the summary of changes :
The binary packages for Linux and Windows are built with these featues :
- CPU: implemented AVX-512BW/AVX-512DQ/AVX-512VL extensions emulation.
- CPU: implemented AVX512-IFMA532 instructions emulation.
- CPU: implemented AVX512-VBMI instructions emulation.
- Bugfixes for CPU emulation correctness
- The VGA update timer and the status LED timer now always use the
realtime mode independent from the 'clock' option setting.
- Added native SDL2 GUI support to Bochs. To enable configure with --with-sdl2.
- Write enhanced gui debugger settings to file on exit and restore on
- USB xHCI model now emulates a NEC/Renesas uPD720202 device
- ROM BIOS: fixed int74_function() for 4-byte (wheel mouse) packets.
- LGPL'd VGABIOS updated from CVS (fixed building VBE modes list)
- Visual Studio workspace files updated to VS2013Ex format.
Details on what has changed since version 2.6.6
- x86-64 emulation with all optimizations enabled
- chipset: PCI (i430FX / i440FX), ACPI
- video: Bochs VBE, Cirrus SVGA and Voodoo1
- sound: SB16 (ISA) and ES1370 (PCI)
- network: NE2000 (ISA/PCI) and E1000 (PCI)
- USB: OHCI, UHCI, xHCI and 7 pluggable device types
- Display libraries:
- Linux: nogui, rfb, sdl, term, vncsrv, wx, x
- Windows: nogui, rfb, win32
Previous release: Bochs 2.6.6
Bochs 2.6.6 is a bugfix release. Here is the list of changes :
- CPU / CPUDB
- Allow sandy bridge configuration even when AVX is not compiled in
- Configure and compile
- Fixed compilation error when 3dnow support is enabled
- Speedup Visual Studio build by almost 20% by adding /Gr compiler option
- Fixed minimizing win32 gui window and resolution change while minimized
- Added compiled SeaBIOS 1.7.5 image into Bochs tree along with Bochs BIOS images
- Documentation fixes and updates
Details on what has changed since version 2.6.5
Bochs Binary and Source Releases
The latest release of Bochs is available in these file formats :
You can download any release since March 2001 on the
- Win32 binary NSIS installer package (EXE)
- Win32 binary with P4 CPU + SMP support (ZIP) - Bochs installation is required
- Win64 binary - Bochs installation is required
- Linux binary RPM (32 / 64 bit)
- Platform independant source package (TAR.GZ)
- Win32 specific source package prepared for MSVC (ZIP)
- Linux source RPM
Bochs, like many other open source projects, uses SVN (Subversion) to keep
track of source code. Unlike the current release, the SVN version of the
sources contains everything the developers have written to this date, and it
can change daily (or even hourly). As a result, the SVN version of Bochs will
have more features and bug fixes than the release, but also it may be somewhat
less stable. You can decide if you prefer to go exploring and try out our
newest code, or stick with the better-tested release.
This snapshot is from Tue Dec 16 20:02:50 UTC 2014
The SVN snapshots are provided as a convenience only. Of course, you could
also get the same information using SVN itself. Some of the benefits of
using SVN directly are: you can get any release or version, view the log
messages that say what files were changed, and make patches very easily
with "svn diff -u".