Bios, be modern, interract with a 1975 firmware !

Let's try to get a simple bios working in qemu

Some history The BIOS is the famous non-volatile firmware of an IBM compatible PC. The name comes from a part of the CP/M operating system of IBM (1975). But actual bios look more like the IBM PC XT one (1983). Project background In a school project, the goal was to do a full 64-bit x86 bootloader. As a bonus, a student could implement a tiny bios which is both a simple and interesting task as it’s virtualized under Qemu/KVM. [Read More]