On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 10:25 AM, Stefan Hajnoczi <address@hidden
> On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 10:08 AM, bala suru <address@hidden
>> This is what I got when I run the "ps aux | grep qemu"
>> root 4748 3.1 0.6 122208 25032 ? Sl 11:52 5:13
>> /usr/bin/kvm -S -M pc-0.12 -enable-kvm -m 64 -smp 1 -name one-26 -uuid
>> 16025c13-421f-143c-563b-07661fa59fe3 -nographic -chardev
>> -monitor chardev:monitor -no-acpi -boot c -drive
>> -net nic,macaddr=02:00:c0:a8:7a:07,vlan=0,name=nic.0 -net
>> tap,fd=29,vlan=0,name=tap.0 -serial none -parallel none -usb
>> oneadmin 8137 0.0 0.0 3324 788 pts/1 S+ 14:36 0:00 grep qemu
>> Still I have not understood that "Normally the emulated serial port can be
>> redirected to your current
>> terminal by launching qemu with "-serial stdio" How to make this through
>> qemu .
> Thanks for posting the ps output. The reason why your serial is not
> working is because libvirt is starting QEMU with "-serial none". That
> means your virtual machine does not have an emulated serial port.
> You can fix this from virt-manager by editing the virtual machine
> Details | Add Hardware | Serial and setting Device Type to Pseudo TTY
> (pty). Then it should be possible to view the serial console while
> the VM is running.
> If you want to use virsh instead of virt-manager, check for the domain
> XML syntax here: