On Sat, 19 Mar 2005, Emmanuel Charpentier wrote:
The kqemu-enabled virtualization does wonders for me : I am now able to use a
W2K installation for RealLife(TM) uses, which seriously simplifies my
(end-user) life. I sincerely hope that Fabrice will find a sponsor for kqemu
and (L)GPL it.
Now, I have a small wishlist or enhancements in the "emulated peripherals"
- Support for "larger" video modes. The current emulated Cirrus supports
800x600x24b, 1024x768x16b and 1280x1024x8b ; I feel there is some possible
uses for 1024x768x24b and maybe 1280x1024x24b. Possible benefits : serious
simplifications for guest X servers or GUIs, serious support for some GUI- or
graphics-intensive guest programs (especially on Win* guests...).
- Support for audio *input* on the emulated SB16. This pet of mine would
allow me to use speech recognition, which is currently available on Win*
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