[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Running sugar at almost-native speeds in Windows

Dave Bauer dave.bauer at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 19:04:25 EDT 2009

> Actually, you can create a .vmdk from .img using the QEMU tools.  It's
> just that .vmdk is much more widely supported that .img so it would
> save a conversion step for most VM users.
> I agree that we should be providing 1 click solutions *in addition* to
> providing .vmdk files for people who already use VMs regularly.

Right, VMDK is not easily reusable though, for Parallels you have to perform
a few steps to reuse it.

One click solution is the goal of course. QEMU really isn't that solution
unless you can use acceleration. The speed is pretty much unusable
otherwise, and that is really only useful for testing if you are very
patient. Anyone who needs a 1-click installer also would expect reasonable
 I haven't found an easy way to get QEMU working with acceleration on OS X.
I think we are working towards a solution, just not as quickly as we would


> Wade

Dave Bauer
dave at solutiongrove.com
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