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## PearPC Configuration File

##
## Start Resolution
##
## (clients that use video.x can change the resolution at runtime,
##  so this would be used only for starting up)
##
##	format:  "(width)x(height)x(depth)"
##	    or   "(width)x(height)x(depth)@(frequency)"
##
##	depth can only be 15 or 32
##
##	default: "800x600x15"
##

ppc_start_resolution = "800x600x15"

##
## Set this to non-zero for turning on fullscreen mode on startup.
##

ppc_start_full_screen = 0

##
## Redraw interval (in ms)
## must be between 10 and 500
##
## If you set this higher, PearPC will spend less time doing redraws 
## (and so run faster) but feel less responsive. You should adjust 
## this to your computer speed and personal preference.
##

redraw_interval_msec = 40

##
## Key codes
##

key_compose_dialog = "F11"
key_change_cd_0 = "none"
key_toggle_mouse_grab = "F12"
key_toggle_full_screen = "Alt+Return"


##
## Loader 
##

##
##	Boot method
##	  this can be
##	  1. "auto", prom will boot the first bootable partition found (default)
##	  2. "select", prom will show you a list of bootable partitions
##	  3. "force", prom will load and boot the local file prom_loadfile
##

prom_bootmethod = "auto"

## Example of how to use "force":

#prom_bootmethod = "force"
#prom_loadfile = "test/yaboot"
#prom_env_bootpath = "disk"

##
##	bootargs: don't change unless you know what you are doing
##	machargs: set to "-v" to get a verbose startup
##

#prom_env_bootargs = ""
prom_env_machargs = "-v"

##
##	This is needed if you want to boot Mac OS X
##
prom_driver_graphic = "video.x"

## This will adjust the position of the initial page table (don't change)

#page_table_pa = 104857600

##
## CPU Config
##
##	Processor Version Register
##	Defaults to 0x00088302 (G3)
##	Set to 0x000c0201 to enable G4 emulation
##	Only change if you know want you are doing
##

#cpu_pvr = 0x00088302
#cpu_pvr = 0x000c0201


##
## Main memory (default 128 MiB)
## must be >= 64 MiB
##

#memory_size=0x8000000

##
## IO Devices
##

##
##	PCI IDE Config
##
##	Drive type will be set according to file extension:
##		.img: Harddisk (filesize must be multiple of 516096)
##		.iso: CD-Rom
##	Or you can override this by specifying the type via
##	pci_ide0_master_type / pci_ide0_slave_type
##
##	Valid drive types are:
##		hd:		A hdd image should be specified
##				e.g. "test/imgs/linux.img"
##		cdrom:		A cdrom image should be specified
##				For Linux or BeOS a cdrom device can be specified as well
##				e.g. "/dev/cdrom"
##		nativecdrom:	Platform dependant
##			Win (SPTI): drive letter, e.g. "d:\"
##			Win (ASPI): SCSI host adapter,target,lun e.g. "2,0,1"
##			BeOS (ATAPI): device path, e.g. "/dev/disk/ide/atapi/0/master/0/raw"

pci_ide0_master_installed = 1
pci_ide0_master_image = "test/imgs/linux.img"
#pci_ide0_master_type = "hd"

pci_ide0_slave_installed = 1
#pci_ide0_slave_image = "e:\"
#pci_ide0_slave_image = "2,0,0"
pci_ide0_slave_image = "/dev/cdrom"
pci_ide0_slave_type = "cdrom"

##
##	Network
##
##	Choose one of the cards

pci_3c90x_installed = 0
pci_3c90x_mac = "de:ad:ca:fe:12:34"

pci_rtl8139_installed = 0
pci_rtl8139_mac = "de:ad:ca:fe:12:35"

##
##	USB
##
pci_usb_installed = 1

##
##	NVRAM
##
nvram_file = "nvram"