qemu: kqemu not compiled?

Ivan Voras ivoras at fer.hr
Tue Apr 10 12:05:19 UTC 2007

RW wrote:

> Would you expect to able to run kqemu, when the architecture is
> different between the host and guest?

Yes, I'd expect it to translate and fixup the instructions. (Why? 
"VMware does it" :) ).

> The point of kqemu is that some instructions in the guest can be run
> natively on the host cpu. Unless there's some special support in kqemu
> for switching backwards and forwards between 32 and 64 mode, that's not
> going to work.

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