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QtEmu is a user-friendly GUI front-end to the QEMU and KVM emulators. Like AQEMU, the QtEmu front-end is written using the QT4 framework.



No USE flags exist for QtEmu. Install it by issuing the emerge command:

root #emerge --ask app-emulation/qtemu

See also

  • QEMU - A generic, open source machine emulator and virtualizer.
  • AQEMU - A GUI front-end to QEMU written using the QT4 framework.