QEMU 2.3.0-rc2 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 4 April 2015 at 12:07 PM EDT. 11 Comments
For users of QEMU as part of their Linux virtualization that wish to test out the very latest features, the QEMU 2.3-rc2 development release is now available.

QEMU 2.3 is packing many new features and other changes including Netduino 2 ARM boards, support for the MIPS 5KEc/5KEf MIPS64r2 and M14K/M14Kc MIPS32r2 processors, PCI bus support on s390 with KVM,a new x86 Ivy Bridge CPU model, KVM now supports running under Valgrind, improved TPM support, the QEMU GUI now uses frame-buffer data directly from the guest RAM, new monitor commands, support for SD cards on PCI systems, etc.

Those wishing to try the latest development release, 2.3-rc2 is available. QEMU 2.3-rc3 is planned for release next week followed by the official QEMU 2.3.0 version one week later on 14 April.
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