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126.96.36.199 Delete Device
Please note that this feature is not supported by the public release version of the
simulator. Selecting Delete Device from the workspace popup menu removes all
connections to the specified device, and removes the device from the workspace.
3.2.3 Example Computer Description
In this section we describe the major components of the computer simulation contained in
the “cheetah_1p.bsd” file.
Figure 3-5: Computer Simulation in “cheetah_1p.bsd” File
This computer is a single-processor AMD 8
Generation machine with 256 MB of
memory, a Southbridge that supports two IDE chains, VGA output, and a SuperIO that
supports a keyboard, mouse, and floppy drive. This computer also comes with a USB
JumpDrive and NIC device.
Right-clicking on any icon brings up a Workspace Popup menu (Figure 3-3) that allows
access to the Device Property window, which includes a list of all components that the
selected component is connected to. An example Device Property window is shown in
Figure 3-4. The right-click Workspace Popup menu also allows you to delete or