|Subject:||[Qemu-discuss] QEMU can execute an external executed image?|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Dec 2014 17:48:54 +0800|
When QEMU execute one special instruction, whether an external executed image(Loaded to memory) can be executed at this moment or not? Simply, change GDT and related registers, then let CPUX86State->eip point to entrypoint of executed image. What happens?
Now the target system is reboot on my QEMU system in the case. What I want is the execution of image, even though the target system is reboot in the end. Of course , it is better that the image can return to target system. But Is it feasible on QEMU?
In the real platform, it is feasible indeed, I am sure. But I don’t know how about QEMU.
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