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“qemu-kvm” 1.0+noroms-0ubuntu14.10 source package in Ubuntu

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qemu-kvm (1.0+noroms-0ubuntu14.10) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * remove 9004-qcow2-Simplify-count_cow_clusters.patch, which may or may
    not have actually fixed bug 1189926.  Replace ith with:
    9004-qcow2-start-at-0-when-counting-cow-clusters.patch: Fixes corruption
    issues with qcow2. (LP: #1189926)

qemu-kvm (1.0+noroms-0ubuntu14.9) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * 9004-qcow2-Simplify-count_cow_clusters.patch: fixes corruption
    with qcow2. (LP: #1189926)
 -- Chris J Arges <email address hidden>   Mon, 17 Jun 2013 10:11:38 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Chris J Arges on 2013-06-17
Sponsored by:
Serge Hallyn
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

kvm: dummy transitional package from kvm to qemu-kvm

 This transitional package helps users transition from the kvm package to the
 qemu-kvm package. Once this package and its dependencies are installed you
 can safely remove it.

qemu: dummy transitional package from qemu to qemu-kvm

 This transitional package helps users transition from the qemu package to the
 qemu-kvm package. Once this package and its dependencies are installed you
 can safely remove it.

qemu-common: qemu common functionality (bios, documentation, etc)

 This package pulls in the various binary bios rom blobs needed to boot
 the various emulated architectures, as well as the documentation.

qemu-kvm: Full virtualization on i386 and amd64 hardware

 Using KVM, one can run multiple virtual PCs, each running unmodified Linux or
 Windows images. Each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: a
 network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc.
 .
 KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for
 Linux hosts on x86 (32 and 64-bit) hardware.
 .
 KVM is intended for systems where the processor has hardware support for
 virtualization, see below for details. All combinations of 32-bit and 64-bit
 host and guest systems are supported, except 64-bit guests on 32-bit hosts.
 .
 KVM requires your system to support hardware virtualization, provided by AMD's
 SVM capability or Intel's VT. To find out if your processor has the necessary
 support:
 .
   egrep "flags.*:.*(svm|vmx)" /proc/cpuinfo
 .
 If it prints anything, the processor provides hardware virtualization
 support and is suitable for use with KVM. Without hardware support, you can
 use qemu emulation instead.
 .
 KVM consists of two loadable kernel modules (kvm.ko and either kvm-amd.ko or
 kvm-intel.ko) and a userspace component. This package contains the userspace
 component, and you can get the kernel modules from the standard kernel images.
 .
 This package contains support for running virtualized and emulated x86 and
 x86-64 machines only. Support for other architectures is provided by the
 qemu-linaro source package.

qemu-utils: qemu utilities

 This package provides some utilities for which full qemu-kvm is not needed,
 in particular qemu-nbd and qemu-img.