Hi! Did you ever wish to run Panda3D on your MIPS, PowerPC or Sparc?
Here the evidence…
However… take care… the graphics is not always for high end tastes
But Sound was working…
Sorry for posting such useless things… I needed to mess around with a Emulator, so I wanted to see if its capable of running Panda3D. As you see, it IS - with some restrictions
Say, want to share the scripts you used to get QEMU (the OSes ('s ??)) running??
Actually there is no “script” as such… I used a small howto and installed Debian into the x86er Emulator… In case you know UAE, the Amiga Emulator, then you know how QEMU works. It creates a complete virtual PC independend from the System working byond the Emulator, you will always have a PentiumII as processor.
Read http://wiki2.archlinux.org/index.php/Qemu to get more information about it.
The operating system and Panda3D can be installed easily like you would do it with a “real” PC too
Edit: Note: QEMU is NOT Xen, VMWare or the Microsoft product that only virtualizes an existing Platform. QEMU creates a complete virtual one that is completely independend from that!