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That device looks much like net redirection in bash, for example /dev/tcp/server/22. On Ubuntu 15.04, I could ssh over such a device by putting the following lines in ~/.ssh/config, then running ssh xyz. Host xyz ProxyCommand bash -c 'exec 3<>/dev/tcp/server/22; cat <&3 & cat >&3' Could you try this with replacing ...
Thanks for your detailed replay. I use Rasbian OS,and adding of i386 architecture fails in raspbian during sudo apt-get update. Can I download the i386 package separately for raspbian and install?. If so can you share any links to download. Can I copy the filters dependent .so files from i386 (Linux mint running in x86) and paste in appropriate paths ...
You can't easily convert an x86 binary to ARM. If you can't get the source code, or an ARM binary from the manufacturer, and you really do want to use the printer with your Pi2, then the Qemu approach is the correct one in this case, although it will likely be very slow. Qemu does full system emulation but it also works very well for single process ...
libvirt is great on the command line. virsh is the main interface. See https://libvirt.org/apps.html#command for the rest. What do you want to save to RAM when which system shuts down? virsh autostart vmName sets a vm to autostart.
Because your kernel lacks the appropriate driver for your network device (virtio-net, in this case) or for some reason your system image is broken and the driver is not being autoloaded.
To start QEMU in this case you need to use a system emulator QEMU, qemu-system-aarch64; the kernel uses the -kernel parameter, not -k: qemu-system-aarch64 -m 512 -kernel linux-system-foundation.axf -hda saucy-arm64-multiarch.img You can set up an ARM64 VM from scratch by downloading the appropriate Debian install CD image and booting that in QEMU (with an ...
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