QEMU

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QEMU

(Quick EMUlator) Open source software for creating emulation and virtual machine environments, developed by Fabrice Bellard. As an emulator, it is used to run operating systems and applications written for another hardware platform; for example, running ARM software on an x86-based PC.

For virtualization, QEMU is used to emulate devices and certain privileged instructions and requires either the KQEMU or KVM kernel modules and the host operating system to provide a virtual machine environment. It is typically used to run Windows and DOS applications on x86-based Linux computers. For more information, visit http://bellard.org/qemu. See KVM and virtual machine.
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Explotaciones con ocupacion por departamento en La Pampa Cantidad de EAP con Ocupacion con y sin permiso Atreuco 7 Caleu Caleu 0 Capital 2 Catrilo 6 Chalileo 17 Chapaleufu 2 Chical Co 23 Conhelo 4 Curaco 30 Guatrache 8 Hucal 4 Lihuel Calel 2 Limay Mahuida 29 Loventue 10 Maraco 6 Puelen 153 Quemu Quemu 2 Rancul 0 Realico 1 Toay 0 Trenel 1 Utracan 11 Fuente: Elaboracion propia sobre la base de datos del CNA, 2002 Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico de barra.
The sampling frame comprised farms from Chapaleufu, Realice, Rancul, Trenel, Maraco, Conhelo, Capital, Quemu Quemu, Catrile and Atreuce, located in the north-east of La Pampa Province, Argentina (Figure 1).
Trial Sowing date Environment code Latitude Region (d/m/y) Balcarce CA 37.8 S S 23/10/2004 Cristiano Muerto CM 38.5 S S 21/10/2004 Daireaux DX 36.6 S C 07/10/2004 General Pico GP 35.7 S C 29/10/2004 Malabrigo MA 29.2 S N 14/09/2004 Quemu Quemu QQ 36.2 S C 27/10/2004 San Bernardo SB 27.4 S N 22/08/2004 Des Arroyos TA 38.4 S S 08/11/2004 Villa Maza VM 36.8 S C 28/10/2004 Villa Ocampo VO 28.5 S N 03/08/2004 Venado Tuerto VT 33.7 S C 14/10/2004 s.e.d.