"One of the cons of trying to use straight-up QEMU is that
you're going to be dealing with a command line method of creating
and running a virtual machine. That's not a bad option if you don't
mind a lot of typing at the command line. If you want to go the
QEMU route, but don't want to have to have depend upon the command
line to do so, you can opt to use a GUI tool QTEMU. This tool is an
easy to use graphical front end for the QEMU virtual machine tool.
In this tutorial you are going to learn how to create a virtual
machine using QTEMU. But why use QTEMU? QTEMU will work as a front
end for either QEMU or KVM. So if you have the hardware to support
KVM you can go that route and have a much more efficient virtual
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