Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior wrote:
QEMU provides simple virtualised hardware, which is often easier to
deal with than real hardware.
Anyway, I still have problems with the setup in my machine and I don't
think is something related to hardware. Don't see how using QEMU would
help with that.
For example the QEMU provided NE2000 style NIC works perfectly with
OpenSSI, as does the QEMU IDE disk controller.
(KVM, if it runs on your machine) should give the same benifits.
For me the other advantage of QEMU is reducing the amount of work
necessary to continue from a screw up.