|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] Problems with Zeta LiveCD|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Oct 2005 09:33:01 +0000|
Sorry, haven´t the files here till now.
But maybe you could try something like that:
qemu -floppy zetaboot.img -cdrom zetacd.img -boot a
If I get the live cd the next days I´ll try with it myself.
Ulf Magnusson wrote:
> I noticed the official distribution already has the two tracks split
> into zetaboot.img and zetacd.img, so that's less work me :)
> I ran
> $ qemu -cdrom zetaboot.img -hda zetacd.img -boot d
> and selected the hd from the boot menu. That led to a kernel panic
> (PANIC: boot device not found").
> I then tried running without any hd, and instead changed the disk to
> zetacd.img from the console when the prompt for the CD came up. That
> way I got to the magnifying glass stage of the ZETA boot screen, but
> there it panics with "PANIC: no shell!". Any ideas?
> Thanks for your reply,
> On 10/23/05, *Christian Wiese* <address@hidden
> <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:
> this behaviour is because of the way a BeOS/ZETA cd is
> constructed. For
> some more infos take a look at the bottom of this page:
> < http://forum.mlotz.ch/viewtopic.php?t=120>
> What you could do:
> - Make a boot floppy out of track one of your demo-cd.
> - Extract the second track as iso (be sure to take only the second
> - In qEmu boot from your virtual floppy, press `space` to access the
> bootmenu and select your virtual hd.
> This way I get a complete ZETA installed in qEmu. But don´t expect to
> much, as most hardware is currently not supported (the last time i
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