Tobias Nygren <tnn%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > On Thu, 16 Dec 2021 08:23:38 -0500 > Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote: > >> >> > Log Message: >> > qemu: update to 6.2.0 >> > >> > Tested on NetBSD-current/amd64 w/nvmm and macOS/aarch64 w/hvf. >> > >> > pkgsrc note: Recent upstream changes seem to have unintentionally broken the >> > NetBSD usermode emulation. User-mode emulation is thus disabled until someone >> > fixes this. Hint: see qemu/bsd-user/freebsd commits by M. Warner Losh. >> >> Do you mean that using qemu to run atf via anita will fail on all NetBSD >> platforms except [amd64 testing amd64 configured to use nvmm]? If so, >> that seems like a really serious regression, and I think we should talk >> about whether it's better to keep the previous version for the branch. >> >> If I am misintepreting, I'll be happy to be told I'm confused... > > You are confused. User-mode emulation pertains to running foreign > ELF binaries via syscall emulation. Full operating system emulation is > still supported with or without hardware acceleration. OK, no worries then. That is indeed an unusual case that doesn't seem important.
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