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Parade du Grotesque 💀 »
@ParadeGrotesque@mastodon.sdf.org

Surprisingly... 9.0.0 seems to compile just fine on 15! Yay! 🤓

This being said, I am only on:

[2407/9553] Compiling C object libqemu-aarch64_be-linux-user.fa.p/linux-user_uname.c.o

So there is still plenty of time to mess things up. Let's see how it goes, and if the end result is usable.

Parade du Grotesque 💀 »
@ParadeGrotesque@mastodon.sdf.org

And I am pleased to report that 9.0.0 compiles straight on 15 with almost no fiddling at all!

Took a while on my little server, but:

$ qemu-system-x86_64 --version

QEMU emulator version 9.0.0
Copyright (c) 2003-2024 Fabrice Bellard and the QEMU Project developers

$ ls /usr/local/bin/qemu-sys* | wc -l
31

Ooooh yeah! 🤓

Thorsten Leemhuis (acct. 1/4) »
@kernellogger@fosstodon.org

9.0.0 is out:

qemu.org/2024/04/23/qemu-9-0-0

wiki.qemu.org/ChangeLog/9.0

"'block: virtio-blk now supports multiqueue where different queues of a single disk can be processed by different I/O threads

migration: support for “mapped-ram” capability allowing for more efficient VM snapshots, improved support for zero-page detection, and checkpoint-restart support for VFIO

ARM: architectural feature support for ECV, NV, and NV2

ARM: board support for […] raspi4b (Raspberry Pi 4 Model B)"'

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9to5Linux »
@9to5linux@floss.social

jhx »
@jhx@fosstodon.org

Small article about with and /
can sure be fun sometimes 😎 (Or I should rather say using a device under )

jhx7.de/blog/debian-kvm-bridge

The FreeDOS Project »
@freedosproject@fosstodon.org

A great way to run FreeDOS is in a virtual machine. is quite popular, but I like to use

Here's how I boot FreeDOS using QEMU on Linux:

both.org/?p=4743

ベンツくん »
@bentsukun@mastodon.sdf.org

Is there a GUI for that people would recommend? Is everyone just cargo-culting qemu invocations?

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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

I’m living on server side between , & and can’t decide which platform I want to go!

offers the best support and is fast.
is very efficient and also very fast.
is amazing & exciting (but slow with my current hw, but I can deal with it)

While amd64 & ARM64 work perfectly fine with , the hardware support (beside stuff) is still very limited. Currently, and work very well there.

_leonov420 »
@_leonov420@mastodon.bsd.cafe

QEMU (quadra) + Apple AUX/3 Experiments
/3
Host: M1 MBP 2021

QEMU running Apple AUX/3 installerQEMU Running Apple AUX/3 displaying the About This Macintosh dialogQEMU running Apple AUX/3 displaying a command shell compiling and running an example hello world c program.
A text editor window contains the source of the hello world program.QEMU running Apple AUX/3 displaying the main attraction: DOOM!
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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

You can find some newer packages for (which is used by the board) than the 2022 snapshot old ones for on https://gyptazy.ch. But you can also grab my whole QEMU image to build it yourself or just spawn up a with static (qemu-riscv64-static) by running:

mmdebstrap --architectures=riscv64 --aptopt='Acquire::Check-Valid-Until "false"' --include="debian-ports-archive-keyring" sid /srv/riscv64-chroot "deb [trusted=yes] https://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian-ports/20220616T194833Z unstable main"

cp /usr/bin/qemu-riscv64-static /srv/riscv64-chroot/usr/bin/

chroot /srv/riscv64-chroot/ qemu-riscv64-static /bin/bash


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Thorsten Leemhuis (acct. 1/4) »
@kernellogger@fosstodon.org

vDPA: support for block devices in and – from @sgarzarella

stefano-garzarella.github.io/p

"'"A vDPA device is a type of device that follows the virtio specification for its datapath but has a vendor-specific control path.

vDPA devices can be both physically located on the hardware or emulated by software.

[…]

Below are several examples on how to use VDUSE and the QEMU Storage Daemon with VMs (QEMU) or Containers (podman). These steps are easily adaptable […]
"'"

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Bernie »
@codewiz@mstdn.io

slirp4netns is this weird thing for unprivileged network namespaces:

github.com/rootless-containers

It's required by because it runs without root privs.

The in thing also works with classic , but I'd rather use Podman for improved isolation.

Bernie »
@codewiz@mstdn.io

TIL that you can just do this:

dnf install qemu-user-static-riscv slirp4netns podman

podman run --platform=linux/riscv64 -it docker.io/riscv64/ubuntu bash
root@88bb76ac7391:/# uname -a
Linux 88bb76ac7391 6.8.0-0.rc0.20240112git70d201a40823.5.fc40.x86_64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Fri Jan 12 16:56:17 UTC 2024 riscv64 riscv64 riscv64 GNU/Linux

Note the weird combo of Fedora Rawhide kerneland riscv64 emulated by qemu 🤨