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QtEmu

   1.0.5  

KDE System Tool

Score 89%
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Link:  http://qtemu.org/
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2548
Submitted:  Dec 28 2006
Updated:  Nov 12 2007

Description:

QtEmu is a graphical user interface for QEMU written in Qt4. It has the ability to run virtual operating systems on native systems. This way you can easily test a new operating system or try a Live CD on your system without any troubles and dangers.

For more information see the included README file (e.g. install instructions).

Qt 4.1 is required.

I have planned a version which integrates in a KDE4 desktop (build on kdelibs 4).

Please report any problems or feature wishes! Thank you.




Changelog:

Features:
* Option for custom network settings. Patch by Dawit Alemayehu. Thanks!
* Possibility to set additional options which are not covered by QtEmu (e.g. "--kernel-kqemu"). Patch by Dawit Alemayehu . Thanks!
* Sound configuration.
* Poslish translation by Milosz Galazka and Grzegorz Gibas. Thanks!
* Brazilian Portuguese translation by Jackson Miliszewski. Thanks!
Fixes:
* Code optimization (Mosty detected by KDE Krazy check).
* Initialize all variables in machineprocess.*. Patch by Dawit Alemayehu. Thanks!




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 many features missin

 
 by riteshsarraf on: Mar 2 2007
 
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HI,

Your work looks great. But I think to make it more usable some more important features need to be implemented first.

a) Network - The network part in the current UI is very bad. Probably you could try something similar to what VMWare has.

b) There's no add-on image option. Qemu can support multiple images. -fda, -hdb and many more. To test legacy and alpha OSes, there workaround are really needed.

I think this would be the right time for you to push qtemu more. At this moment qemu has all core features:
a) kvm
b) kqemu
c) qemu itself.

What it badly lacks is:
a) A good GUI


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 Re: many features missin

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 2 2007
 
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Thanks for your comment.

Most of these features should be quite easy to implement. I'll to them on my TODO list, but my time is at the moment a bit limited to work on this project.
Fell free to do it by your own (it's mostly only copy-past-edit work). You can send me the patches and I'll include them in the next release.


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 Qt 4.2 is needed

 
 by JensRutschmann on: Mar 11 2007
 
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Hi,
perhaps you should write somewhere that Qt 4.2 is needed.

I tried to compile it with Qt 4.1 and got this error:
wizard.cpp:58: error: ‘class QLabel’ has no member named ‘setStyleSheet’

setStyleSheet() is included in Qt since version 4.2


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 Re: Qt 4.2 is needed

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 11 2007
 
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You are right. I'll add a notice for the next release. Thanks.


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 Snazzy

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Mar 20 2007
 
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This is nice looking, trying to be more like virtualbox and other such interfaces than the usual qemu GUIs.

A few quirks:

1. Selecting device from /dev is wierd. OK, most likely recognizing the not-so-nice qemu-fact that if a floppy or CD is not in the drive selected, qemu will not run.

2. Sound. Qemu will emulate a sound-blaster or en1370. Need pane for this.

3. Networking has options, to be implemented I suppose. Simply worked as-is.

4. SHM (insist on it?)

5. kqemu,ko. Yes (if modprobed), no, enhanced (only for linux guest but makes a big difference).

6. Important question: If I am using an image or iso already created, what is the function of the MyMachine/OS/Os.img? Initial snapshot? Possible "nest" for Knoppix or Dynebolic? Option to use mine instead?? Qemu will allow multiple hd "drives" so you might implement as well.

7. USB Tablet? I do not have one. I have a Roland UM1 Midi interface plugged in, no others. Are you running the mouse using this tablet to get it seemless? Would explain all the mouse results (see below). Option not to use this?

Results:

At first, Win98 did not run. Starting adding new hardware already on my image, found driver (USB Tablet) on non-existant D: drive!!! Soon simply stopped. At this point, seemless mouse worked!! Reran, cancelling that driver. Now win98 worked but not seemless mouse.

Dynebolic boots up much slower than in virtualbox so kqemu may not be (fully) utilized. I had successful runs with Dyne 1.4 previously in qemu but 2.* would not run. Knoppix's KDE would not come up either. Both of these work beautifully in VirtualBox.

ReactOS ran and so did Haiku (BeOS). Choosing seemless mouse rendered the mouse inoperative in both of these!


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 Re: Snazzy

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Thanks for your points. I'm going to comment some:
4) Cannot understand.
6) The created image is the default first harddisk. You can change it of course to an already created image.


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 Re: Re: Snazzy

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Mar 20 2007
 
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4. One of the other GUIs had a check for share memory. In fact, I made my shared memory larger to enable larger qemu sessions. There is no qemu command line parameter for this so I guess it is default.


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 QTEmu--ppc

 
 by wimo on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Are you thinking in add Qtemu-ppc features yo your amazing application?


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 Re: QTEmu--ppc

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Not yet. I have only an Intel based MacBook.


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 Qemu command line

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Mar 20 2007
 
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It is not possible to add any options to this command line (i.e. to work around some things as of yet not implemented such and -soundhs, etc.

So the program is not simply concatenating its command line options to the text here. Seems it should or could.


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 Re: Qemu command line

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 20 2007
 
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I'm not sure if I have understood your comment right.
Would you like to have a text edit field to enter some additional qtemu commands?


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 Re: Re: Qemu command line

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Yes, one might have a text edit field for additional command line parameters.

(Indeed, one might do this for each VM (unless most things like -kernel-kqemu, special networking options and such are implemented in the GUI)


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 Re: Re: Re: Qemu command line

 
 by uwolfer on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Ok. It will probably be point of one of the next releases. ;)


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 Gentoo ebuild

 
 by bram85 on: Jul 3 2007
 
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I created a Gentoo ebuild and posted it at their Bugzilla:

http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=184112


Bram Schoenmakers
KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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