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Re: [Qemu-devel] Emulation: Building solid files

From: Jonathan Kalbfeld
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] Emulation: Building solid files
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 15:45:22 -0700

You could do that with a shar.  That's sick and wrong, but cool.  Problem I have with anything else is that in Solaris 10, you can't statically link anything any more so it would have to unarchive itself to a separate location and run.

On 6/26/07, NetAudi <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi beastcoders,

My question is if you are thinking in improve Qemu to add singular characteristics whose aren't implemented in any VM sofware:

Building virtual machines taking only one big binary file (merging Qemu engine and HD image file). It could be good for future portable aplications. I thought this because I'm triying to do the simplest-ultra-secure Internet navigatior. The idea is to generate a VM (with the lightest/functional O.S. posibility and  increase speed at top) to content a Firefox installation (with the most used complements into it). The main is to load all this VM into the RAM and when it will turn off, it never has to save the session changes, it allways must start at the beginning point.

Sorry, allways not. Sessions only will be modified in security-updates and/or Firefox-complements.

Troyans, virus, spyware... will be better managed by people who hasn't any idea in computers, because I wan't to transmit the simplest concept: "If you want to use the Internet to do critical operations and you are very scared by hackers, virus... because you hasn't any idea of manage security in computers, you only have to run another VM-Firefox to enter in I.E: bank sites and don't worry because you are keeped by the security of a castle"

I only want if you will implement that kind of emulation.


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