I`ve searched for many documents about KVM and QEMU and some of the documents say that KVM can not create a Virtual Machine without QEMU, and some of them say that QEMU only handle the I/O task of VMs
so can someone please explain what exactly QEMU does when I combine KVM with QEMU.
I tried to create a VM with KVM, without QEMU and I succeed.
by the way, I`m using Ubuntu Server 11.10
thanks for an
Not totally sure but it seems like the qemu- and qemu-kvm support on Chakra is still quite poor (no libvirt?). According to the German Arch wiki arm is supported in qemu on Arch:https://wiki.archlinux.de/title/Qemu#In … ebssystems
Canonical published details about the QEMU vulnerabilities in its Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 12.10, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS operating systems.According to the company, several security issues have been fixed in QEMU.It has been discovered that QEMU incorrectly handled SCSI controllers with more than 256 attached devices.
I am a new user to slackware. And decided to learn by installing the guest slackware in the slackware host. So I googled and found qemu-kvm the suitable one for the same guest and host os. So downloaded qemu-kvm at this site.
System specification:slackware 14.0
Then un-tarred the tarball and started to compile to get the package.
Trying to run qemu for ARM on a Ubuntu server 13 . Using xf4ce-desktop. QEMU was working fine. But suddenly now looks like when qemu is invoked, it just kills the shell. Looks like there has been something that has got uninstalled. Is there a way to check ?