qemu-kvm source package in Lucid

kvm: No summary available for kvm in ubuntu karmic.
qemu: dummy transitional pacakge from qemu to qemu-kvm
qemu-arm-static: dummy transitional package for qemu-kvm-extras-static
qemu-kvm: No summary available for qemu-kvm in ubuntu karmic.
qemu-kvm-extras: fast processor emulator binaries for non-x86 architectures

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qemu-kvm information

Current version:
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QEMU is free software written by Fabrice Bellard that implements a fast processor emulator, allowing full virtualization of a PC system within another one. QEMU is a hypervisor and is similar to projects such as Bochs, VMware Workstation and PearPC, but has several features these lack, including increased speed on x86 (through an optional accelerator), and support for multiple architectures in-progress. By using dynamic translation it achieves a reasonable speed while being easy to port on new host CPUs. (-Wikipedia revision 120231598)

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Bug tracker: yes
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QEMU 0.11.0 (0.11.0) is older than the current packaged version. Launchpad may be missing release information for the trunk series or this package is linked to the wrong QEMU series.

Releases in Ubuntu

Binary packages

Download files from current release (0.12.3+noroms-0ubuntu9.26)

File Size MD5 Checksum
qemu-kvm_0.12.3+noroms.orig.tar.gz 3.7 MiB 3d06a46426bf2e9d13c271532e128155
qemu-kvm_0.12.3+noroms-0ubuntu9.26.diff.gz 92.5 KiB a70b57cc67ea395e8f75ee60705c6597
qemu-kvm_0.12.3+noroms-0ubuntu9.26.dsc 2.1 KiB 924422492fbfc69c616a04b3f5c8e323

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