|Subject:||[Qemu-devel] Requirements for KQEMU|
|Date:||Tue, 08 Aug 2006 09:14:42 +0000|
According to the doc:"The requirements for a guest OS to work in full virtualization mode are very simple and most recent OSes (such as Linux or Windows 2000/XP) fulfill them. Interested OS writers can contact the author to get the necessary information to make their OS work in full virtualization mode in QEMU."
I'm working with a custom guest OS, (and I don't have source code for it), so I take it there's no chance of KQEMU to work, or can it?
Assuming that I did have source code, what would be the requirements to make it work?
Futher - does the full virtualization mode still adhere to any custom hardware I've emulated in qemu, such as specific port and memory mapped devices, or does it only work with the regular i386 target?
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