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QEMU (short for "Quick EMUlator") is a free and open-source hosted hypervisor that performs hardware virtualization.

With the file descriptor 27 known you'd walk the /proc under the QEMU's process: $ ls /proc/<qemu-system-x86_64_PID>/fd/27 At the same level as the fd directory is another directory fdinfo which … contains details such as this: $ cat /proc/<qemu-system-x86_64_PID>/fdinfo/27 pos: 0 flags: 0104002 mnt_id: 18 iff: tap0123acdc-66 The iff entry in this file is the tap device. References …
answered Aug 13 '18 by slm
Make sure you go through the steps outlined in this section, 13.3.4. PCI Pass-Through, of the docs, titled: Chapter 13. Running Virtual Machines with qemu-kvm. excerpt Procedure 13.1. Configuring … run the VM Guest with the PCI device assigned. qemu-kvm [...] -device pci-assign,host=00:1b.0 QEMU/KVM ARM support According to the changelog for version 1.5 & 1.6 ARM is supported in the …
answered Oct 18 '13 by slm
If you're running the NFS server from within the qemu virtual machine, (the guest), then you should be able to go into the qemu guest and run this command: ifconfig -a It should return output sort … hopefully contain output. This output shows the network devices configured in the qemu guest. In particular you'll be most interested in the IP address of the qemu guest. It should show up in this …
answered May 14 '13 by slm
found for: kqemu No Matches found When I run virsh capabilities I get the following: ... <domain type='qemu'> </domain> <domain type='kvm'> <emulator>/usr/libexec/qemu … -kvm</emulator> </domain> ... Interrogating further looking to see what package provides my "emulator" I get the following: $ rpm -qf /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm qemu-kvm- …
answered Jul 11 '13 by slm
I would go with VirtualBox. Using Wine + QEMU though in theory is a possibility, I think you'll find VirtualBox will give you: better performance be easier to setup and use better security etc …
answered Jan 12 '14 by slm
I would setup the Debian VM so that it just doesn't have its network device configured/setup. I would then bond the Windows VM network device to the network of the host system in a bridged configurati …
answered Jun 8 '14 by slm
an lsof command: $ lsof|grep qemu|grep ptmx qemu-kvm 3796 root 14u CHR 5,2 0t0 993 /dev/ptmx qemu-kvm 3895 root 14u CHR 5,2 … 0t0 993 /dev/ptmx qemu-kvm 3972 root 14u CHR 5,2 0t0 993 /dev/ptmx qemu-kvm 4294 root 15u CHR 5,2 0t0 …
answered Jul 2 '13 by slm
You don't specify whether you're using QEMU or KVM, but as @BodhiZazen said in the comments, I don't think vanilla QEMU can support high end graphics such as what Unity requires. If you're actually …
answered Jan 6 '14 by slm
Keyboard methods If using the SDL frontend of QEMU: You can release focus using the Left Ctrl+ Left Alt. Notice you have to use the left keys! If using the GTK frontend of QEMU (default since QEMU
answered Jan 3 '14 by slm
KVM. It uses qemu-kvm under the hood so it should be similar in setup to what you're trying to do. $ ifconfig -a br0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX inet addr …
answered May 1 '13 by slm
I would try this version of the command line which includes an argument to the booting Kenel telling it where to find the /dev/sda that you told qemu about: $ cd ~ $ qemu-system-x86_64 -m 512 -s … -hda opensuse.img \ -kernel kernel/linux-git/arch/x86_64/boot/bzImage \ -initrd kernel/linux-git/arch/x86_64/boot/initrd.img \ -append "root=/dev/sda" References Kernel emulation with Qemu - stackoverflow …
answered Sep 10 '13 by slm