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Have been searching for this myself a while ago but unfortunately I did not succeed in starting Solaris 10 (or 11) using QEMU with sparc64. I stopped trying after I read the page http://wiki.qemu.org/download/qemu-doc.html#QEMU-System-emulator-for-non-PC-targets section 4.3 which states that the emulator is not usable but may boot some kernels.
If you create the new image file in advance (e.g., using qemu-img create -f qcow2 -b <backing file> <new image name>) you could mount that drive as a loop device, then modify the files, unmount it and start the virtual machine. Mounting can be a little tricky at times since you have to skip past the partition table and the like. Probably easier ...
The problem is solved by changing Windows Firewall settings in Guest OS (Windows), and adding an exception for port 80 to the list.
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