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FEX-Emu

Last Updated on: 26th April 2022, 03:34 pm

Web site: fex-emu.org
Category: Emulators
Platform: arm64
License: MIT
Interface: CLI
Wikipedia:
First release: November 2018

FEX – a x86 and x86-64 machines emulator for arm64/aarch64 machine. It lets you run 32/64 bit applications and games from your PC on 64 bit single board computers.

FEX allows you to run x86 and x86-64 binaries on an AArch64 host, similar to qemu-user and box86. It has native support for a rootfs overlay, so you don’t need to chroot, as well as some thunklibs so it can forward things like GL to the host. FEX presents a Linux 5.0 interface to the guest, and supports both AArch64 and x86-64 as hosts. FEX is very much work in progress, so expect things to change.

FEX has been tested to build and run on ARMv8.0, ARMv8.1+, and x86-64(AVX or newer) hardware. ARMv7 and older x86 hardware will not work. Expected operating system usage is Linux. FEX has been tested with Ubuntu 20.04, 20.10, and 21.04. Also Arch Linux.

On AArch64 hosts the user MUST have an x86-64 RootFS Creating a RootFS.

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