"Some entertaining lguest documentation discussed in an earlier
story was merged into the mainline kernel with the commit message,
'the netfilter code had very good documentation: the Netfilter
Hacking HOWTO. No one ever read it. So this time I'm trying
something different, using a bit of Knuthiness.' Both Netfliter and
lguest, as well as the documentation for both, were written by
Rusty Russell. He describes the lguest driver as, 'a simple
hypervisor for Linux on Linux. Unlike kvm it doesn't need VT/SVM
hardware. Unlike Xen it's simply 'modprobe and go'. Unlike both,
it's 5000 lines and self-contained...'"
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