The QEMU emulator offers a number of updates with the availability of version 7.0.0. Open source usage brings many significant new features and changes.
What is QEMU?
QEMU Is a Free virtual machine softwareA processor and, in general, can follow a different configuration. This allows implementation Only one or more operating systems or binaries via KVM and Xen hypervisors, in the context of an operating system already installed on the system.
QEMU 7.0: New features
Version 7.0.0 of QEMU contains more than 2,500 committees listed On the official wiki.
From New in version 7, We can quote :
ACPI: Support for recording guest events through ACPI ERST interface
virtiofs: Improved support for security labels
ARM: ‘virt’ card support for virtio-mem-pci, ‘xlnx-versal-virt’ card support for PMC SLCR and OSPI flash memory controller emulation, ‘xlnx-zynqmp’ now models CRF and APU control.
HPPA: Supports up to 16 vCPUs
OpenRISC: SIM card support up to 4 cores
PowerPC: Support for ‘Series’ emulation to run guests as KVM hypervisor
PowerPC: ‘powernv’ emulation improvements for XIVE and PHB 3/4 and new support for XIVE2 and PHB5
RISC-V: KVM support
RISC-V: Approved vector 1.0 extension and support for Zve64f, Zve32f, Zfhmin, Zfh, zfinx, zdinx and zhinx extensionsMinute.
RISC-V: ‘Spike’ machine support for OpenSBI binary loading
RISC-V: ‘virt’ machine support for 32 cores and AIA support.
s390x: Support for “Other-Instruction-Extension Facility 3” (a z15 extension)
x86: Support for Intel AMX
you can Download QEMU for Linux According to your distribution :
Arch: Backman -schemu
Debian / Ubuntu: apt-get install qemu
Fedora: dnf install @virtualization
Gentoo: Emermer-Ask App-Emulation / Game
RHEL / CentOS: Install yum qemu-kvm
SUSE: zypper installation qemu
You also have the option Get the source code Latest versions for Compile yourself in LinuxWindows (Win32) and macOS.
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