Built: almost 5 years ago
Size: 5.87 KB
Summary: KQEMU Acceleration module
The QEMU Accelerator Module increases the speed of QEMU
when a PC is emulated on a PC. It runs most of the target application code
directly on the host processor to achieve near native performance.
It is very useful when you want to run another Operating System
(for example Windows) on a Linux desktop.
List of contributors:
- Build for kernel-image-ovz-rhel-2.6.18-alt13.M51.46.2008-10-06 Michail Yakushin 1.4.0-alt0.1.pre1
-1.4.0.pre12007-02-25 Sergey Vlasov 1.3.0-alt0.1.pre11
- 1.3.0pre11. - Fixed Version/Release format (Epoch not added - broken versions never were in Sisyphus). - Source gcc_version.inc to set GCC_VERSION appropriately. - Removed "-U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -fno-stack-protector" workarounds (not needed for 1.3.0pre11). - Removed %configure macro usage (the kqemu configure script does not come from GNU autoconf). - Added Requires: kqemu-common (this package contains documentation and support files to handle module loading and /dev/kqemu permissions).