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QEMU 7.0 Released with KVM Support for RISC-V, Other Improvements

Almost a year in the works, QEMU 7.0 is here with major new features like support for logging guest events. Learn more here.
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How to Resize a Qcow2 Disk Image on Linux

Qcow2 is the default virtual disk storage format used by Qemu. Learn how to resize a qcow2 disk image on Linux here.
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Quickly Create And Run Optimized Linux, macOS And Windows Virtual Machines With Quickemu

Quickemu is a command-line wrapper for QEMU that can be used to quickly create and run highly optimized Linux, macOS, *BSD, and Windows desktop virtual machines. Instead of expecting an exhaustive list of configuration options, Quickemu tries to automatically “do the right thing” and creates the VM configuration automatically for you (though you can still […]

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How to Install KVM/QEMU on Manjaro/Arch Linux

In this guide, you will learn how to set up KVM/QEMU virtualization on a Manjaro/Arch Linux machine. Also, you will learn how to create the first virtual machine with the GUI application “virt-manager” – a desktop user interface for m…

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