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vmm(4)/vmd(8) support for seabios and linux guests
Contributed by rueda on Sat Mar 25 23:22:19 2017 (GMT)
from the penguin in a box dept.

Mike Larkin (mlarkin@) writes on tech@:

I just committed the last parts of my working tree to enable both seabios and alpine linux support (using serial console).

This should be enough for people to create images and help find and fix bugs.

See a mailing list archive for the full message.

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  VMX support? (mod -4/64)
by Anonymous Coward (119.247.89.48) on Sun Mar 26 11:13:29 2017 (GMT)
  I am waiting vmm/vmd support VMX(only) system (without EPT),
Thank you.
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Re: VMX support? (mod 0/80)
by mlarkin (184.70.180.51) on Tue Mar 28 05:54:49 2017 (GMT)
  > I am waiting vmm/vmd support VMX(only) system (without EPT),
> Thank you.

You're going to be waiting quite a while.
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  Re: vmm(4)/vmd(8) support for seabios and linux guests (mod 6/68)
by Anonymous Coward (184.69.165.214) on Sun Mar 26 20:34:48 2017 (GMT)
  This is really neat! Great job @mlarkin and any others!
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