Linux kernel size is around 512 MB.
Bochs is taking around 12 sec to load Linux which is unacceptable
as per as system requirements.
You will probably have to get a faster hard drive. With the numbers you
provided this gets down to about 43 Megabytes per second, which is not
The question is:
- Why do you need such a big kernel?
Bochs itself is too slow in executing the things.
I observed that it is around 20 times slow than LinuxBIOS which is
executing before Bochs.
Please help me in fixing this problem.
Thanks in advance
Use LinuxBIOS directly, or use filo.