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Re: Has anyone gotten ELKS to run on an I80186 based system?



Another thing worth mentioning is that the NEC V20 and V30 chips are
80186 reimplementations (with some extra NEC specific instructions,
8080 emulation mode, and missing the undocumented SALC instruction).
They're pin compatable with the 8088/8086 (but a bit faster per
clock), and are usually sufficient to run real mode 286 apps.

So, it's not unreasonable to want to target the 186 for an "upgraded"
8086 system.
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