Simbus is a set of programs and libraries for supporting distributed simulation of systems that use bus protocols to connect major components. For example, you can use simbus to simulate a PCI-based system with each PCI device on a different processor or computer. Simbus takes care of communications and synchronization between devices on the bus. All you need to do it interface your device to the bus using the supplied binding library.

What SIMBUS is about.

For information on getting and installing SIMBUS, go here.

This describes the basics of how to use SIMBUS

Developer Guide

This describes how you too can be a SIMBUS developer, including developer specific tips on getting and working with the source.

How to get help and/or support for simbus.

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