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The kernel module virtio_console is needed. The VM was using the -virtual kernel, I switched to -generic and now it's working!


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It's probably easiest to download the source and recompile it: cat > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/trusty-src.conf <<EOF deb-src http://ftp.ubuntu.com/ubuntu trusty main universe EOF apt-get update apt-get build-dep <package name> apt-get -b source <package name> This may not work due to missing build dependencies; if so, repeat the last ...


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Your best bet is to download the agent from http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/qemu-guest-agent (using the amd64 or i386 links in the "Download" table) and install it manually using sudo dpkg -i. The dependencies are satisfied in 12.04 so it should install without any problem.


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Seems partly like a duplicate of What is the cheapest way to run AIX 6-7 at home? and How to run a fresh version of AIX in a Virtual Machine with a Linux host? Also, at http://www.polarhome.com/ you can get root shell for AIX for as low as 10€/month. And as far as I'm aware, emulation of anything more recent then AIX 3 or 4 is not possible currently.


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Grab a 43P off ebay for about $200. I have one here I use to support some of my older RS/6000 installs.


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Qemu-system-sparc64 will boot and run successfully only old versions of Solaris(7< 7 not included) and with custom bios(taken from old Sparc workstations). Of course you can try maybe with next releases versions like Solaris 8 or 9 Remind that the kvm module is only for x86 architecture,so Sparc emulation will be really slow. This is a good how-to to see. ...


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AIX VMs are available in the cloud: www.siteox.com/cart.php or lparbox.com/


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I use an ARM chroot from time to time: my phone runs Linux Deploy and the image dies now and then. I then copy it to my computer and examine the situation with chroot like this: # This provides the qemu-arm-static binary apt-get install qemu-user-static # Mount my target filesystem on /mnt mount -o loop fs.img /mnt # Copy the static ARM binary that ...


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in the end, i pretty much got it running by using nomachine. here's what i did: download the current .tar.gz from nomachine.com cd /usr sudo tar xvzf nomachine*.tar.gz sudo /usr/NX/nxserver --install fedora <-- adding fedora here overrides the "linux is not a supported operating system" message. sudo /usr/NX/scripts/vgl/vglserver_config -config +s +t +f ...


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It is (currently) not possible to let QEMU pick the next free port for SPICE. This happens because of an implementation detail: QEMU uses the spice_server_set_port which only accepts a single numeric parameter. The best you can do now is to pick a port number outside QEMU and assign it as you do now. If you find this too clumsy, consider using DNS to bind ...



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