JPC is an x86 emulator written in pure Java. It can run on any platform that supports the Java virtual machine. It creates a virtual PC compatible machine that can run MS-DOS and other x86 operating systems. Programs inside JPC can run up to 20% of the native processor speed. JPC was written by the Oxford University Subdepartment of Particle Physics.
- Safe, secure and portable due to being 100% pure Java
- Snapshot facility
- Remote disk option
- Integrated debugger
- Network card (tested by playing network Doom)
- PC speaker emulation
- Virtual FAT32 drive to wrap a directory
- boots DOS
- boots graphical Linux (DSL, Feather)
- boots many Linux's into text mode
- boots Windows 3.0
- ^ a b "JPCSource" (zip). Oxford University Java PC.
Source code org/jpc/emulator/pci/peripheral/EthernetCard.java
- ^ "JPCSource" (zip). Oxford University Java PC.
Source code org/jpc/emulator/pci/peripheral/PIIX3IDEInterface.java