> If you look at the bash scripts like the one you referenced, IIRC you will
> see that they start up the qbone software and pass it a *.cmd file, which
> you can locate in some deeper directories (you will see the path to it in
> the bash script). That is where the meat of the scripty stuff is located.
> If I recall correctly. (Sorry, I am not in a place where I can boot my
> qbone and look for sure.)
> You can use any text editor. Pico, vim, etc. If your favorite editor is
> not installed, you can install it with apt. If you are new to the Unix
> commandline, pico is pretty user-friendly.
... you can also execute script commands "by hand" by calling
demo.sh -aw <addresswidth>
Thats the way to develop new setups.