>On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 3:49 PM, Peter Laufenberg <openbsd@...> wrote:
>> Qemu seems like a good project given the flack it gets on wikipedia (very Cartesian, I know), how well can it run on OpenBSD? what's holding it back? which kernel improvements/patches will help? if all VM is counter-security, why? Where do we come from and is there life after death? I demand to know.
>Qemu is fine on OpenBSD, but slow, because for some time already it's
>without KVM in OpenBSD. Probably one of the reasons for www.bitrig.org
I see. Lofty goals with a questionable fork rationale. Maybe removing doc references to floppies and tapes would improve the "modernity" perception.
>Why don't you first search archives?
- digressions into exotic sports cars?
- marketing plugs?
- out of date?