problems with windows programs in linux (QEMU, WINE, or linux alternative)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 18, 2005
I am trying to run a windows program (a dictionary called Le Petit Larousse 2005) under Ubuntu (Ubuntu is an ancient african word meaning "I could not handle Slackware"). I have tried three approaches, but I hit loggerheads on all of them and i need some help.
1. I have a qemu virtual machine with WinXP loaded on it. This seems the most promising approach. The problem is, i cannot get past the disk's anti-piracy protection. Namely, it lets me install everything just fine, but when i enter the disk key it replies that the key does not match the disk (it works under windows without emulation, by the way). I think that this has something to do with the way qemu builds the emulated CD drive and passes it to windows; the emulated CD drive makes the disk look like a copy to the program. I have messed with this a little bit, but since everything appears to be working to qemu the problem has no log file. I tried making an iso image of the original cd and mounting that as t
How to run linux embedded image by qemu kvm and how to mount it
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 27, 2013
I would like to run linux embedded image by qemu kvm .
I used dd to get an image of my linaro ubuntu of my cubieboard which works fine but I want to run it with qemu or kvm inside my PC to make some changes and do some tests.
another question is how can I mount this image to a directory of my PC to access its files and make some changes?
Combination bootable Linux USB key and QEMU launch?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 18, 2008
I am looking for a distribution/setup, or more specifically a 'how-to,' that I can use on USB key that will:
allow me to boot off the USB pen drive to a Linux system
allow me to access the Linux system from Windows (using Qemu, etc.) without rebooting if the computer is already running.
I have taken a look at DSL, Puppy, and some other systems, but I am having problems figuring out how to make $HOME (or some directory) readable by both setups.
Anyone with an idea out there on how to do this? Encryption would be nice but is not a priority.
mount iso/img on linux and qemu at the same time
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2011
this is a general qemu question: is it save to have the boot.img image mounted on linux side while using it in qemu? no? but is it save to have the .iso mounted on linux side while qemu has inserted it as 'cdrom'?
an then, i need two commands on linux side to mount the boot.img. one is a losetup:
losetup -o 32256 /dev/loop0 BOOT.img
and the other is the mount:
sudo mount /dev/loop0 /media/temp
but when umnounting the boot.img, is it enough to make an umount or must i do also a losetup -d?
[SOLVED] Boot linux on PPC qemu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 23, 2010
i tried slackintosh and i got an invalid partition and cannot read configuration file.
i tried Ubuntu PPC port and got a open bios prompt that will say word not recognized when you type.
[SOLVED] arm linux kernel booting problems with qemu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 20, 2011
i have compiled a linux kernel for ARM versatile family, but when i am booting with qemu emulator, nothing is displayed after starting the kernel..
like this : -
# qemu-system-arm _m versatilepb -m 256M -kernel zImage -nographic
Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel.
after this nothing is displayed,
thanks in advance
persistent fs mounts between linux usbboot and qemu guest on windows?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 11, 2007
i have played with linux on a usb stick before, but at least half the time i use it on windows (my box runs linux). i was thinking whats the best way to get persistent apps/data between 2 modes of use, qemu.exe and usb-hdd boot.
perhaps 2 boot partitions, with 2 separate kernels? can i do that and mount the rest of the filesystem from a common partition?
has anyone done this an easier way? i don't really know what i'm looking for, only that supposedly you can't use a partition like /dev/sda1 except in a way that prevents hardware booting /dev/sda.
thanks in advance
kernel panic on init linux for arm using qemu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 23, 2014
I'm just trying to simulate linux for arm using qemu.
I build linux with this:
make ARCH=arm distclean
make ARCH=arm versatile_defconfig
make ARCH=arm menuconfig
(here I tick "Use the ARM EABI to compile the kernel" and "Allow old ABI binaries to run with this kernel (EXPERIMENTAL)"
make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi- uImage -j5
after this, I created init like this:
compiled this code:
printf("Hello Open World\n");
with "arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc hello.c -static -o hello"
then "echo hello | cpio -o --format=newc > rootfs"
and now, when trying to simulate with:
"qemu-system-arm -M versatilepb -m 128m -kernel ~/linux-2.6/arch/arm/boot/uImage -initrd ~/development/arm_codes/rootfs -append "root=/dev/ram rdinit=/hello console=ttyAMA0" -nographic"
gives such log:
audio: Could not i
Qemu Emulation of Win32/MacOSX Support/Tutorial on Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 8, 2004
I'd like to dedicate this section for the qemu (pref. 0.6.1 or more current version) emulation.
I personally am looking to see about emulating Mac OSX v10.3 on my debian box. The first problem that i encountered was the inability to mount the CD1. I am using the origional Mac OSX CDs.
When the attempt to mount the CD i get an error sayin that it could not read the file system. Any Help or Comments is/are appriciated.
If you have any kind of information on emulation or qemu i'd like to urge people to post them here since it'll compile a nice list that could help many people.
How to add a serial COM port to Windows server 2008 using Linux + KVM + Qemu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 9, 2011
We are using Linux + KVM + Qemu with libvirt on our servers to manage virtual WIndows 2008 Servers. The Host is Ubuntu 11.04.
The point is on one of our Windows server 2008 guest, we need to connect a dial-up modem. After connecting the modem to the Host, we found that it was connected to /dev/ttyS0. We did checked that the modem was recognized using
echo atdt3333333 > /dev/ttyS1
Server .xml configuration contains
<target type='serial' port='0'/>
Now, launching our virtual server, Windows doesn't see any COM port at all, and therefore doesn't see the modem ( all sort of virsh define / stop / start ... had been done )
Does anyone know how to achieve this ?
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