The disk image section has some bad formatting code (there are </td>s left, for example). The page is protected, so it will need an admin to fix this. --Kevin 14:52, 1 February 2010 (UTC)
Should be fixed now. Thanks!--AnthonyLiguori 16:54, 1 February 2010 (UTC)
the 1st image (x86) is is broken the sparc image link is missing the "s" .. etc. I did not try the others...
Should be fixed now. I've checked all the links too. Thanks!--AnthonyLiguori 14:39, 8 February 2010 (UTC)
The new version (0.13.0-rc0) of QEMU was out. The link of the latest QEMU has not added, however. The download links can be linked by managers who have some privileges, not normal users. It should be updated ASAP.
Shouldn't 'obsolete' be rephrased in 'not supported' ? It looks like there is no reason to use KQemu anymore, while there is a big difference in performance if you do - talking about 0.11 vs 0.12 under Windows, that is. --Sander
Disk images - Dox about the creation
It will be very interesting if the disk image builders or someone can link for each disk image published here the full procedure used to create them, the kernel configuration and other informations that may be interesting. Thanks! --Fpiraneo 18:57, 2 March 2011 (UTC)
Woudln't hurt to link to Aurélien's weblog and his amazing repository of debian port qemu images.
amd64/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - arm/ 12-Mar-2011 23:55 - armel/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - i386/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - kfreebsd-amd64/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - kfreebsd-i386/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - mips/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - mipsel/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - powerpc/ 12-Mar-2011 20:52 - sh4/ 12-Mar-2011 23:57 - sparc/
Donbright 22:42, 20 October 2011 (UTC)