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  •  15 May 2008 13:52

Release Notes: Several features were added, such as TFTP booting from a host directory, tap device emulation for Solaris, monitor multiplexing to several I/O channels, CPU model selection support, MIPS64 and MIPS 64-bit FPU support, Xscale PDA and ColdFire system emulation, read-only support for Parallels disk images, and many more. Several bugs were fixed.

  •  27 Nov 2006 08:29

Release Notes: ACPI support, MIPS FPU support, Solaris/SPARC host support, Windows sparse file support, PCNET NIC support, support for variable frequency host CPUs, support for AMD Flash memories, and support for capturing audio to WAV files were added. PC VGA BIOS fixes were made. OpenBios is now used for SPARC targets. VNC server fixes were made. USB updates were made. PPC breakpoints and single stepping, UDP/TCP/telnet character devices, RTL8139 NIC TCP segmentation offloading, and a workaround for Win32 SMP hosts were implemented.

  •  27 Dec 2005 01:56

Release Notes: Support for ARM Integrator/CP board system emulation, support for MIPS R4K system emulation, and initial SMP support on x86 with up to 255 CPUs. Many new audio emulation features were included along with initial USB support and new networking options for VLAN support between several QEMU instances.

  •  06 Jan 2005 07:37

Release Notes: This release now works on Mac OS X. It has virtual console support, "qcow" growable disk image support with AES encryption and transparent decompression, VMware 3 and 4 read-only disk image support (untested), support for up to 4 serial ports, TFTP server support, port redirection support in user mode networking, support for non-executable data sections, compressed loop disk image support, among many fixes.

  •  03 Dec 2003 13:31

Release Notes: Full hardware level VGA emulation, real mode support, Bochs BIOS and an LGPLed VGA BIOS loader in qemu, and an m68k host port. This release is a multi-target build.


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