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==What is QEMU?==
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QEMU is a simulator that supports various target processors (such as x86, ARM, MIPS, etc.).
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It has two main modes:
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* user mode simulation:  run a Linux program on another Linux machine that doesn't necessarily have the same processor; for instance, if the host is an i386 Linux machine, one can run ARM Linux programs
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* system simulation:  run a full operating system;  for instance, run an ARM Debian distribution on an x86_64 machine.
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==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* Official QEMU site: http://www.qemu.org
 
* Official QEMU site: http://www.qemu.org
 
* Official Wine site: http://www.winehq.org
 
* Official Wine site: http://www.winehq.org

Revision as of 16:36, 20 August 2009

What is QEMU?

QEMU is a simulator that supports various target processors (such as x86, ARM, MIPS, etc.). It has two main modes:

  • user mode simulation: run a Linux program on another Linux machine that doesn't necessarily have the same processor; for instance, if the host is an i386 Linux machine, one can run ARM Linux programs
  • system simulation: run a full operating system; for instance, run an ARM Debian distribution on an x86_64 machine.

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