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“qemu-linaro” 1.0.50-2012.03-0ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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qemu-linaro (1.0.50-2012.03-0ubuntu2) precise; urgency=low

  * Add missing #include that caused a build failure on powerpc.
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Sun, 22 Apr 2012 14:54:06 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Colin Watson on 2012-04-22
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
universe
Architectures:
all amd64 arm armel armhf hppa i386 ia64 mips mipsel powerpc sparc sparc64 kfreebsd-i386 kfreebsd-amd64 ppc64
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

qemu-keymaps: QEMU keyboard maps

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This package provides keyboard maps to be used by the qemu-system
 package or QEMU derivatives.

qemu-kvm-extras: QEMU system and user mode emulation (transitional package)

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This is a transitional package depending on the system and user mode
 emulation binaries. You can remove it once the upgrade is complete and
 nothing depends on it.

qemu-kvm-extras-static: QEMU static user mode emulation binaries (transitional package)

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This is a transitional package depending on the static user mode emulation
 binaries. You can remove it once the upgrade is complete and nothing
 depends on it.

qemu-kvm-spice: Full virtualization on amd64 hardware

 This adds versions of qemu-kvm which can use SPICE, called qemu-kvm-spice.

qemu-system: QEMU full system emulation binaries

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This package provides the full system emulation binaries for targets other
 than x86 and x86-64. In this mode QEMU emulates a full system, including a
 processor and various peripherals. It enables easier testing and debugging
 of system code. It can also be used to provide virtual hosting of several
 virtual machines on a single server.

qemu-user: QEMU user mode emulation binaries

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This package provides the user mode emulation binaries for targets other
 than x86 and x86-64. In this mode QEMU can launch Linux processes compiled
 for one CPU on another CPU.

qemu-user-static: QEMU user mode emulation binaries (static version)

 QEMU is a fast processor emulator: currently the package supports
 ARM, CRIS, i386, M68k (ColdFire), MicroBlaze, MIPS, PowerPC, SH4,
 SPARC and x86-64 emulation. By using dynamic translation it achieves
 reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs.
 .
 This package provides the user mode emulation binaries, built
 statically. In this mode QEMU can launch Linux processes compiled for
 one CPU on another CPU.