Full GUI display driver code. Processor and C compiler independent C source code. More info about Graphic Grey-level library SSD family SSD display controller characteristics Below is a brief introduction to the main characteristics for the SSD Grey-level display controller seen from a software driver design viewpoint. For information about the SSD driver software support please go to the library description. SSD device type Grey-level color display controller for use in small embedded systems with on-chip frame buffer and OLED screen driver. Frame buffer Grey-level pixel resolution bits per pixel : 4.
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The default is non-interactive boot. Currently Seabios for X86 system support it. The resolution should be supported by the SVGA mode, so the recommended is x, x, x If reboot-timeout is not set, guest will not reboot by default. This only effects when boot priority is changed by bootindex options. The default is non-strict boot. Default is MiB. Optional pair slots, maxmem could be used to set amount of hotpluggable memory slots and maximum amount of memory.
Note that maxmem must be aligned to the page size. This option is only needed where it is not easy to get raw PC keycodes e. The available layouts are: ar de-ch es fo fr-ca hu ja mk no pt-br sv da en-gb et fr fr-ch is lt nl pl ru th de en-us fi fr-be hr it lv nl-be pt sl tr The default is en-us. Will show the -audiodev equivalent of the currently specified deprecated environment variables. There are global and driver specific properties. Valid global options are: Identifies the audio backend.
Default is 10 ms. When off, fixed-settings must be off too. Default is on. When off, it will change based on how the guest opens the sound card. In this case you must not specify frequency, channels or format. Default is Hz. Default is 2 stereo. Valid values are: s8, s16, s32, u8, u16, u Default is s Default is 1. This backend has no backend specific properties. This backend is only available on Linux. Default is default. Default is 0. This backend is only available on Mac OS and only supports playback.
Core Audio specific options are: in out. This backend is only available on Windows and only supports playback. DirectSound specific options are: Add extra usecs microseconds latency to playback. This backend is available on most Unix-like systems. Default is off. Use -1 to use buffer sizes specified by buffer and buffer-count.
This option is ignored if you do not have OSS 4. Default is 5. This backend is available on most systems. PulseAudio specific options are: Sets the PulseAudio server to connect to.
The PulseAudio server will try to honor this value but actual latencies may be lower or higher. This backend requires -spice and automatically selected in that case, so usually you can ignore this option. Backend specific options are: Write recorded audio into the specified file. Default is qemu. Valid properties depend on the driver. To get help on possible drivers and properties, use -device help and -device driver,help. This is a simulation of a hardware management interface processor that normally sits on a system.
It provides a watchdog and the ability to reset and power control the system. The default is 0x The default is none. The default is A connection is made to an external BMC simulator. Note that if this is not used carefully, it can be a security issue, as the interface has the ability to send resets, NMIs, and power off the VM. The default is 0xca0 for KCS.
The default is 5. To disable interrupts, set this to 0. The default port is 0xe4 and the default interrupt is 5. This name will be displayed in the SDL window caption. The name will also be used for the VNC server. Also optionally set the top visible process name in Linux. Naming of individual threads can also be enabled on Linux to aid debugging.
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