Jean-Eric Cuendet (RPT)
jec at rptec.ch
Fri Mar 16 18:22:10 UTC 2007
> please take care about kqemu, it doesn't work with amd64, and I
> experienced some problems on my i386 intel as well.
> kqemu is really experimental, I'd delay it till it's mature enough.
Is it useful at all now that kvm is in mainline and in Feisty?
What's the configuration inn which kqemu is advantageous and that kvm is
> On 3/16/07, Ben Collins <ben.collins at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, 2007-03-16 at 16:53 +0000, EmmJayKay at gmail.com wrote:
>>> the kqemu module is now open so it shouldn't conflict with ubuntu
>>> On Tue, 13 Mar 2007, Charles Pirnat wrote:
>>>> I was wondering if its possible to add the kqemu kernel module to the
>>>> repos. Right now users have to download kernel source and kqemu source and
>>>> build their own module. It would be great if a deb was availible
>>>> eliminating this process similiar to the nividia-kernel-module. I have a
>>>> deb compiled for the current -10 kernel for fiesty.
>> Probably too late for feisty release. Please propose it for feisty+1
>> (spec on launchpad would be best).
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