Qemu 0.8.1 speed improvement with -kernel-kqemu and kqemu 1.3.0pre7

Friday, June 9th, 2006

I mentioned the other day revisiting the qemu site to discover new versions of both qemu and the non-redistributable kernel module kqemu (qemu is now at version 0.8.1 and kqemu is at 1.3.0pre7). There’s also a new startup switch -kernel-kqemu which enables FULL virtualization of both kernel and user code. I could feel a difference [...]

April Fools…. not observed here….

Friday, April 7th, 2006

I remember a time when I enjoyed April Fools – when I was real little I’d try the outlandish “there’s a tiger in the front yard” kind of stuff, later, perhaps more subtle…. but I’ve NEVER been a fan of the idea of a news reporting organization putting out an april fools story. Every day [...]

Workaround for the critical WMF zero-day exploit

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005

The Windows Meta File (WMF) zero-day (0-day) exploit is apparently, VERY nasty, no user intervention required (unless running firefox or opera). Just VISITING a malicous site (viewing a malicious email with image…) would be enough to get the system owned. It sounds as though a FULL reinstall is the best solution. Sunbelt has had some [...]

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