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  • FEX 2406 Brings JIT Optimizations For Running x86_64 Binaries On AArch64

    Phoronix: FEX 2406 Brings JIT Optimizations For Running x86_64 Binaries On AArch64

    FEX is one of the open-source projects working on user-mode x86/x86_64 binary emulation atop ARM64/AArch64 Linux. FEX 2406 is out today as the project's newest monthly feature release...

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  • #2
    What is the difference between this project and Box86/Box64? Or are the different project with the same goal/function

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    • #3
      Still no RISC-V support. I will stick to Box86/64.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ayumu View Post
        Still no RISC-V support. I will stick to Box86/64.
        IMHO, RISC-V is probably best served by a dedicated project. Fex is following the "do one thing and do it well" UNIX philosophy. Realistically RISC-V isn't anywhere even close to market adoption in desktops/laptops, outside of experimental dev systems; we're just barely starting to see Arm adoption in the laptop/desktop space.

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