QEMU 2.0 Released With ARM, x86 Enhancements
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 17 April 2014 at 12:36 PM EDT. 1 Comment
QEMU 2.0 has officially shipped. The QEMU 2.0 release has been under development for many months and has numerous new features for this processor emulator commonly used in conjunction with Linux KVM or Xen.

QEMU 2.0 was supposed to be released in early April but it slipped until now. The QEMU 2.0 release has AArch64 ARM 64-bit improvements, support for the Allwinner A10-based Cubieboard, PowerPC improvements, Q35 x86 machine improvements, support for Intel MPX registers, the QEMU GUI supports SDL 2.0, GTK+ support for mouse wheel, new monitor improvements, TCG code generation improvements, and many other changes.

Details on the changes found in today's QEMU 2.0 release can be found via the QEMU.org Wiki.

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