Anyone ever managed to get BeOS (stand-alone Professional edition, not the funky Personal Edition Windows binary) running under QEMU? I can get it going under VirtualBox and VMWare, but hit some kind of kernel panic in QEMU no matter what settings I use...

trick is to select "don't call the BIOS" from the Safe Mode menu during boot - BeOS and hardware seems to issues so far, but would like to get sound running

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