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Old 2nd June 2012
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Default Is it difficult to develop kqemu like module ?

qemu + kvm works great on Linux. The qemu without kqemu on OpenBSD makes it not practical for poor performance reason.

then why kqemu stopped development ?

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Thread moved to OpenBSD Packages & Ports subforum.

sw2wolf, please make an effort to post questions in the correct subforae.
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The qemu developers have largely stopped supporting/developing kqemu because they would rather focus on supporting KVM. Besides, kqemu never gave me an noticeable increase in performance when running a Windows XP guest.
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then why kqemu stopped development ?
See my post of 24 March in response to your prior kqemu question.

http://www.daemonforums.org/showthre...6979#post43341
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See my post of 24 March in response to your prior kqemu question.

http://www.daemonforums.org/showthre...6979#post43341
I have seen that post. Now i want to know whether or not it is possible for us to develop a new module instead of kqemu ?
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Us? Who? The members of this forum are not kernel module developers.

Speaking only for myself, I do not have the appropriate skills, interest, or need.
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