"Linus Torvalds has included the virtualization environment KVM
(Kernel-based Virtual Machine for Linux) in the tree leading to
Linux kernel 2.6.20. In the case of KVM the kernel after loading a
special module itself functions as a hypervisor for virtual
machines. This approach however is predicated upon the cooperation
of the virtualization functions of up-to-date x64 processors by
Intel (VT: Vanderpool) or AMD (AMD-V: Pacifica/Presidio, Secure
Virtual Machine/SVM). The support for AMD's technology, which was
completed only recently, is part of the included source code; while
the description taken from older patches apparently mistakenly
talks of support for Intel CPUs only..."
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