We aim to provide fast, reliable, broad support for ARM virtualization in the Linux kernel.
There is a a main developement mailing list dedicated for the project. All patches for review, improvement suggestions or other issues related to the development and maintenance of the KVM/ARM code base should go here:
There is also the "kvm-arm" and "linaro-virtualization" IRC channels on Freenode.
Virtual Open Systems (website) maintains a guide on how to set up a KVM testing environment using the FAST models.
KVM/ARM has been tested and verified on ARM's FAST Models and on the following physical hardware platforms:
- ARM TC-2 (Verstatile Express)
- Samsung Exynos 5250 (Arndale Board and Chrome Book)
Patches should be sent to the kvmarm mailing list (see above) and should be cc'ed to the linux-arm-kernel mailing list http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/mailinglists/lists.php.
We maintain our repository on kernel.org:
Where we keep three public branches:
- master: Fixes intended for -rcX releases; tracks kvm/master
- next: New features and improvements targeting the next kernel merge window; tracks kvm/next
- queue: Temporary merge site before patches go into next; UNSTABLE, rebases at will, take care accordingly
KVM/ARM 32-bit and 64-bit is co-maintained between Christoffer Dall and Marc Zyngier.