Running Windows NT 4 MIPS on Qemu in 3 easy steps

Today we will be looking at how to run Windows NT 4 for MIPS on the Qemu emulator. I didn’t really have a reason to try this but it seemed like a fun weekend project. In the process I’ve learned a lot about how some systems booted, got even more angry about how awful BIOS

HP ZBook Fury 17.8 G8 as a Linux workstation

I recently purchased a HP Zbook Fury 17.8 G8 to replace my Dell Precision 7740. This post is a review of sorts for the machine as a Linux workstation. I go over my overall impressions, the Linux support, and the performance of the machine. As mentioned in a previous post, I bought this machine with

The very weird Hewlett Packard FreeDOS option

In this installment: some strange things I discovered when purchasing a FreeDOS laptop from Hewlett Packard. I suspect that the audience for this will be somewhat limited but I had fun exploring this. Perhaps you, dear reader, will find a chuckle in here too. Some background: I recently purchased a HP ZBook 17.8 G8 as

Tutorial: Passing an Intel GPU to a Linux/KVM Virtual Machine

When running a Linux desktop it sometimes becomes necessary to run a Windows system. When GPU acceleration is necessary, dual booting often becomes the solution. But dual booting is kind of cumbersome so it would be ideal if we could get GPU acceleration in a Windows 10 VM. Intel has a solution for this –