Writing custom virtual hardware devices

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration of Parallels Desktop' started by KasperV, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. KasperV

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    Is it possible to write custom devices for Parallels Desktop?

    In the list of possible devices we have:

    * USB
    * Hard disk
    * CD/DVD
    * Network
    * Sound
    * Serial
    * printer

    But is it possible to add custom devices?

    I try to virtualize a computer with a number of General Purpose I/O (GPIO).

    It would be very usefully if it was possible to write some software, that takes care of reading and writing from hardware ports, and generating interrupts on the client interrupt controller.


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