On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 8:34 AM, Chris Lalancette <clalance redhat com>
I do think you are wrong, as you found out below; we have kqemu specifically
disabled. kqemu is going away, and in fact has been ripped out of upstream
qemu, because it only kind-of sort-of works some of the time.
Ok, I will keep this information and in fact found references that also in f11 stock,
even if one installs kqemu package from rpmfusion, he/she receives the error ...
What exactly do you mean with "ripped out of upstream"?
That I cannot use at all the tgz provided inside the src.rpm?
At least I would like to try something, as I read happy Ubuntu users regarding kqemu and recent qemu and kernel versions.... and with very good performance in guests too...
Having a BL25p G1 server with two Dual core Amd 275 cpus and getting so slow VMs is a pity... in my opinion
Yes, it's completely unmaintained, not upstream, and never will be. Sorry, the
> Any problems to compile kqemu support ?
way of the future is KVM (and possibly Xen dom0 support, if and when it makes it
into upstream Linux).
OK. But perhaps if one could at least test...