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Re: finally have the amd64/pc64 kernel linked

From: "Noah yan" <noah.yan@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 13:34:28 -0500

i did try qemu long time ago, and the performance is not good. but
will try again.

xen is rather good, but not on dfly.

On 13 Sep 2007 08:26:51 GMT, Oliver Fromme
<check+joarlc00rsobz4bq@fromme.com> wrote:
> Noah yan wrote:
>  > Finally have the kernel for amd64/pc64 linked and pushed on the git
>  > branch (http://repo.or.cz/w/dragonfly/port-amd64.git). will check in
>  > cvs soon.
>  >
>  > two questions. the loader: look like it is ported on amd64 and able to
>  > load an ELF64 kernel. Hope that is true. I am setting up a simics
>  > simulator for a hammer. but it panic when booting from the dfly-1.10.1
>  > iso. so is there issues running x86-32 dfly on an x86-64 machine? It
>  > should not and this may be just the problem of simics.
> Have you thought about trying qemu?  I have successfully
> used qemu in the past to emulate amd64 machines on 32bit
> hardware.
> It's very simple to use.  You don't eve have to install
> the kqemu accelerator module; the standard emulation is
> way fast enough to test booting of CD images.
> Best regards
>    Oliver
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