qemu and vinux

mattias mj at mjw.se
Thu Jun 2 01:31:07 UTC 2011

but good luck to find kqemu for debian / ubuntu / vinux
Alex H. skrev 6/2/2011 3:26 AM:
> Hi Kristoffer,
> On 6/1/11, Kristoffer Gustafsson<kg84 at dreamwld.com>  wrote:
>> Hi.
>> What is the difference betwhen qemu and kvm?
> KVM is a kernel level module that can take advantage of true hardware
> virtualization; Qemu just emulates hardware. Using them together
> though, you can get some decent speeds. Basically, most people want to
> use KVM and Qemu together, not just one or the other to get the best
> results. I found an article:
> http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/545
> That might help if you're thinking about going with KVM and Qemu.
> Note: they talk about kqemu a bit in that article, Kqemu is obsolete
> now. Kqemu used to be a modified version of Qemu that included KVM
> already.
> HTH,
> alex
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