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Will QEMU emulate processors newer than the one in which it's running?

If I compile QEMU in Linux running on a 486 processor, will it be able to emulate the Pentium processor features on it (like MSR)? And, if it doesn't, is there any way to emulate the Pentium features ...
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qemu-i386 on ARM processor giving ld-linux.so.2 error

I am trying to install Ventrilo server on my SheevaPlug, running Debian ARMEL. Since Ventrilo server is an x86 program, I would like to try and use qemu-i386 to run the server on my ARM processor. ...
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What emulator / VM software can I use to create a Win32-portable Linux Guest?

I want to create a portable VM setup so that I can boot a Linux install regardless of which Windows XP / Windows 7 host machine I am on. I was looking at Qemu but it doesn't appear to have a ...
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How To Change The Floppy Image Of Qemu?

I'm developing my own OS, but I'm having some problems with Qemu, because I need to change the floppy image from grub.img to os.img while the emulation is running, but how can I do this?
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Is it possible to resize a QEMU disk image?

Like the title says: Is it possible to resize a QEMU disk image in Linux? And if so, what happens to the partitions within it? Are they automatically resized as well (doubtful) or is there just a new ...