FEX-Emu allows you to run x86 and x86-64 binaries on an AArch64 host, similar to qemu-user and box86/box64.

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.

It presents a Linux 5.0 interface to the guest, and supports both AArch64 and x86-64 as hosts.

This project is very much work in progress, so expect things to change.

Try it out


FEX 2212 Tagged!

A lot of good work this month with the highlight being that we have started working on our AVX implementation and started optimizing our IR to be more efficient.

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FEX 2211 Tagged!

A lot of good changes this month for our users. Both performance and compatibility improvements to be had!

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FEX 2210 Tagged!

This month’s release was a bit delayed due to the fact that most of FEX-Emu’s developers were meeting up physically at the X.Org Developer’s Conference this year! Before we talk about this months changes we need to spend a bit of time talking about some cool things.

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