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I had the same problam and I managed to build mini Linux following the steps below. Steps in Building Base Mini Linux Distro Compile the kernel and see the result in terms of size of the compilation Create rootfs image (format as ext2 mke2fs for example) that will contain the root system and some basic programs (used busybox) Mount rootfs and create ...


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I had a similar problem with Solaris x86 after upgrading QEMU from 1.5.3 to 2.0.0. A quick git bisect session on QEMU source repository proved this commit to be the culprit: target-i386: Set model=6 on qemu64 & qemu32 CPU models Apparently Solaris 10 doesn't like this a lot (Solaris 11 works fine). While this probably doesn't help your case a lot, ...


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You can use the device mapper to shape a device that contains the parts of the original device you want. For instance: $ grep . /sys/class/block/sda/**/(size|start) /sys/class/block/sda/sda1/size:224847 /sys/class/block/sda/sda1/start:63 /sys/class/block/sda/sda2/size:124820514 /sys/class/block/sda/sda2/start:224910 /sys/class/block/sda/size:125045424 If ...


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KVM is a kernel API for virtualisation. It doesn't deal with serial ports. qemu is a machine (PC and other) emulator which can use kvm for improving virtualisation performance. It can emulate a standard 8250 UART serial port (isa-serial) or paravirtualised serial port (virtio-serial). In qemu, you define your machine with command-line arguments that specify ...


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Just disable the OOM Killer for the particular process with: for p in $(pidof kvm qemu-system32_x64); do echo -n '-17' > /proc/$p/oom_adj done or by flavor oom_score adj. However: Out of memory: Kill process 25086 (kvm) score 192 or sacrifice child In your case is to set also to 192. See also Taming the OOM Killer In any case, you should ...


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If you are attempting to view the installation using virsh console, you need to configure the guest to output to the virtual serial console. From the boot screen you can press "Esc" which will bring up a prompt to provide additional boot options. Enter the following: linux console=ttyS0,115200 utf8 This will start the text-mode installation over the ...



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