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Re: [Qemu-devel] time for 0.8.3/0.9?

From: Werner Dittmann
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] time for 0.8.3/0.9?
Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2006 10:16:38 +0100
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Sure, there are some emails here on the list expressing the problem.
Just to make sure that nothing is missed:

I'm using a Suse 10.1 system, running on a AMP 64bit CPU.
Qemu (0.8.2 as well as CVS versions) are compiled with gcc 3.3 in 64 bit
mode. I run an emulate the following systems with this Qemu builds:

- Windows 2000 SP4 (CVS version also with kqemu and 1024x768 resultion)
- Edubuntu 6.10 as 32 bit system
- Opensuse 10.2 Installation as 32 bit system

When I try to install Opensuse 10.2 as a 64 bit system the Qemu seems to
go into a loop. Pls refer to my emails with the subject
"Question/problems with Qemu and 64Bit Opensuse 10.2" for further
details about the error.


Pascal Terjan wrote:
> On 12/24/06, Werner Dittmann <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Well, I'm not a Qemu developer and have no right to vote or make
>> suggestions here. Thus I can only express my humble opinion here (a
>> somewhat selfisch opinion though:-) ): I would love to see that a new
>> release would solve the problems with 64bit (x86-64) emulation. In
>> particular if Qemu was compiled on a x86_64 system with a native 64bit
>> compiler. To me it seems that there are some problems.
> Could you be more precise ?
> I have been using qemu on x86_64 built with a 64 bits compiler for
> more than 1 year (maybe 2).
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