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I wonder if Thinkpad T42 (Pentium M) supports PAE. There seems to be contradictory info around.
And I really don't need intentionally caused HW problems.
I tried Lubuntu 14.04 (Live CD) and with "forcepae" it worked, but I'm not sure if I was just lucky after lying to the boot. I only tried if printing worked with Lubuntu. Not very extensive test drive.
I could also imagine that there could be not-so-nice consequences with lying about the HW (even if the OS worked) when using virtual machines.
Name : Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 1.70GHz
Family, model, stepping : 6, 13, 6 (Pentium III/Pentium III Xeon/Celeron)
Vendor : Intel
Pentium M's of the Dothan family display the PAE flag correctly and support the latest Buntus without modifications. The same distinction (Banias versus Dothan) goes for the lower performing Celeron M processors.
I worry because I can't find the syntax of Virtualbox debugger and qemu doesn't seem to work.
Aqemu or qemu-launcher doesn't work and command line (qemu-system-1386) doesn't open Qemu-window - no console output.
It looks like something else is wrong too, telling by the behaviour seen in gdb.
With Virtualbox the guest runs fine, but I need to debug the guest.