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  • Jabberwocky
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    QEMU is the best and actually runs well on Windows if you're willing to make some tweaks. It's not very user friendly though, not at all.

    For many many years I have seen a lot people who struggle with QEMU command arguments. Most try a user-friendly interface like VirtManager, then they try to find out what commands are being generated. Some scratch in the logs of "/var/log/libvirt/qemu/", others try "ps aux | grep KVM" and even if users know about "virsh domxml-to-native" they struggle a lot. I sympathize with them. I've been there. It's not fun at all.

    I understand why most people use VirtualBox and it's really annoying because it's just "nasty" piece of software. I would like to see better interoperability with libvirt or alternative user-friendly interfaces in future releases (without the need to run a #!%!ing webserver and web interface!).

    PS: Lots of things being released today.

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  • tsuru
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    I'm happy to see 9pfs on mac hosts in there: https://gitlab.com/qemu-project/qemu...6b6998b91b816e

    I'm hoping that this is going to make mounting shared directories between host and guest easier on the M1 at work for dev environments.

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  • QEMU 7.0 Released With Intel AMX Support, Many RISC-V Additions

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    QEMU 7.0 is out today as the newest version of this important piece of the open-source Linux virtualization stack...

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