Linux on Raspberry Pi kernels have KVM disabled

Bug #1832131 reported by justmaybe on 2019-06-09
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linux-meta-raspi2 (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

Hi,

Despite the Raspberry Pi hardware being able of using KVM virtualization, CONFIG_KVM is disabled on the downstream Ubuntu kernels, making the feature not usable.

(and the generic kernels do not have the DTBs for the 3B+ too, so no workaround there)

The feature is expected to be enabled, and works on some other distributions even.

This was tested on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, on arm64 Ubuntu 18.04.

Thanks,

justmaybe (justmaybe) on 2019-06-09
affects: flash-kernel (Ubuntu) → linux-meta-raspi2 (Ubuntu)
description: updated
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