Sulima is an instruction set architecture simulator, originally designed as a research and teaching tool for internal use by the Distributed Systems Group at the University of New South Wales. The name is a Polish coat of arms, used by the Zadarnowski family (among others.)
Simply run make from the Sulima source directory to build.
The provided u4600 script (and associated configuration file runtime/u4600/u4600.tcl) runs Sulima, simulating the UNSW U4600 platform.
With no arguments, the PMON bootloader is started, as on the real hardware. The optional argument is an ELF file to load instead.
Sulima's simulated DEC Tulip network device uses the TUN/TAP driver to inject packets. On Linux, you may need to:
# modprobe tun # mkdir /dev/net # mknod /dev/net/tun c 10 200
After running Sulima, you will see a tap0 interface appear; assign it an IP address with ifconfig, e.g.:
# ifconfig tap0 192.168.1.1
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University of NSW DiSy group
Our local operating systems research group, and the cradle of the project.
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