On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Richard RW. Weinberger <richard@sigma-star.at> wrote:
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> > UML development mostly stopped in favor to KVM.
> so you mean to say that KVM is preferable to UML?
> (I Guess it may depend on the situation?)

KVM is *much* faster than UML and *much* less hacky. :-)

Indeed, I am developing some functions for the virtual memory subsystem in the kernel.
Qemu replaces UML in my case. I run qemu without kvm support because I don't seem to be able to run nested virtualization in virtualbox.
Anyway now Qemu serves me well. :)

Is Jeff Dike still developing UML?

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