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Testing what it means to build a home project

This project was created for package qemu via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package qemu via attribute OBS:Maintained

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KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is virtualization software for
Linux. It is based on the hardware virtualization extensions provided
by Intel VT and AMD-V technologies. KVM kernel modules provide a
control interface at /dev/kvm which the qemu-kvm user-space program
uses to provide a hybrid emulated and actual hardware environment
sufficent to run various PC operating systems (guests) in unmodified
form, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.

Since qemu-kvm is derived from the qemu processor emulator sources it
also is able to run guests using processor emulation mode, but with the
expected performance impact. Conversely, hardware virtualization
features outside the processor such as iommu and sr-iov are used by KVM
allowing for improved performance.

The seabios, vgabios and gpxe open source projects are also pulled from
to provide the firmware components included.

To increase performance over emulated hardware devices virtio drivers
are supported, and in the case of Windows, included.

KVM is compatible with various VM management solutions, including
libvirt, virt-manager and vm-install.

Bugowner

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is virtualization software for
Linux. It is based on the hardware virtualization extensions provided
by Intel VT and AMD-V technologies. KVM kernel modules provide a
control interface at /dev/kvm which the qemu-kvm user-space program
uses to provide a hybrid emulated and actual hardware environment
sufficent to run various PC operating systems (guests) in unmodified
form, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.

Since qemu-kvm is derived from the qemu processor emulator sources it
also is able to run guests using processor emulation mode, but with the
expected performance impact. Conversely, hardware virtualization
features outside the processor such as iommu and sr-iov are used by KVM
allowing for improved performance.

The seabios, vgabios and ipxe open source projects are also pulled from
to provide the firmware components included.

To increase performance over emulated hardware devices virtio drivers
are supported, and in the case of Windows, included.

KVM is compatible with various VM management solutions, including
libvirt, virt-manager and vm-install.

Bugowner

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is virtualization software for
Linux. It is based on the hardware virtualization extensions provided
by Intel VT and AMD-V technologies. KVM kernel modules provide a
control interface at /dev/kvm which the qemu-kvm user-space program
uses to provide a hybrid emulated and actual hardware environment
sufficent to run various PC operating systems (guests) in unmodified
form, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.

Since qemu-kvm is derived from the qemu processor emulator sources it
also is able to run guests using processor emulation mode, but with the
expected performance impact. Conversely, hardware virtualization
features outside the processor such as iommu and sr-iov are used by KVM
allowing for improved performance.

The seabios, vgabios and ipxe open source projects are also pulled from
to provide the firmware components included.

To increase performance over emulated hardware devices virtio drivers
are supported, and in the case of Windows, included.

KVM is compatible with various VM management solutions, including
libvirt, virt-manager and vm-install.

Maintainer

A tool used to provision secured virtualized guests, run tests against SEV, and provide machine introspection on hosts to guarantee proper dependencies are provided.

Reader

QEMU is a quick emulator, using dynamic translation (TCG). In support of virtualization, it also serves as a frontend for KVM and as a backend for Xen device emulation.

Note that this package is produced using a Git based workflow. Please refer to README.PACKAGING before making modifications.

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Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 11.4

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is virtualization software for
Linux. It is based on the hardware virtualization extensions provided
by Intel VT and AMD-V technologies. KVM kernel modules provide a
control interface at /dev/kvm which the qemu-kvm user-space program
uses to provide a hybrid emulated and actual hardware environment
sufficent to run various PC operating systems (guests) in unmodified
form, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.

Since qemu-kvm is derived from the qemu processor emulator sources it
also is able to run guests using processor emulation mode, but with the
expected performance impact. Conversely, hardware virtualization
features outside the processor such as iommu and sr-iov are used by KVM
allowing for improved performance.

The seabios, vgabios and gpxe open source projects are also pulled from
to provide the firmware components included.

To increase performance over emulated hardware devices virtio drivers
are supported, and in the case of Windows, included.

KVM is compatible with various VM management solutions, including
libvirt, virt-manager and vm-install.

Maintainer Bugowner

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 12.1

Maintainer Bugowner

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 12.2

Maintainer Bugowner

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 12.3

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 13.1

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 13.2

QEMU is an extremely well-performing CPU emulator that allows you to
choose between simulating an entire system and running userspace
binaries for different architectures under your native operating
system. It currently emulates x86, ARM, PowerPC and SPARC CPUs as well
as PC and PowerMac systems.

QEMU is an extremely well-performing CPU emulator that allows you to
choose between simulating an entire system and running userspace
binaries for different architectures under your native operating
system. It currently emulates x86, ARM, PowerPC and SPARC CPUs as well
as PC and PowerMac systems.

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 42.1

Maintenance devel / staging area for virtualization packages in openSUSE 42.2

Provide a place for useful variants of standard Virtualization packages

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