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comment How much of a performance does using QEMU virtualization incur on Windows?
I guess I haven't really grasped the difference between emulation and virtualization as it seems that QEMU was designed to emulate rather than virtualize. I suppose that the purpose of kqemu was not necessarily to make QEMU a better emulator or virtualizer, only to speed it up.
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comment How much of a performance does using QEMU virtualization incur on Windows?
If the CPU qemu is emulating is the same as the host CPU doesn't qemu run some of the commands directly without translating them? Do new versions of qemu have some of the kqemu options directly built-n?
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comment Are disk partition labels or UUIDS stored in the partition area itself or in some other area of the hard disk?
Good answers reference the user needs, if they can be discerned even if they are not well articulated. The author of the Ubuntu question comments I'm not interested in the UUID, but how those UUID to device mappings are built, <snip> and expect it to boot. 372720 refers to something similar. I am also concerned with getting a system to boot on another disk. So either dd or clone the partition or tar.gz and amend the grub.cfg and /etc/fstab on the target computer etc. Questions answered with more appreciation of the context is what makes stack exchanges useful not plain and flippant yes/nos