Apologize ... I have try using the apt-get install qemu (0.12) and
it's seem that it's not target the kernel (because Qnap and chroot
don't have the same level), generally all works fine (virtualbox for
ex.) only kernel module if needed are to rebuild ...
But at all I have downloaded the 0.15, do the compile (even if I
compile some platform that I don't use (but I look about after ...))
Now I can write on the image disk
I will start with a win98 install (it's an Arm soc) ... and see what
So sorry for this mess. I hope to post more value in the future ...
Le 13/09/2011 08:52, Father Mande a écrit :
It's my first message so :
Me : I work from a while with Vmware and Virtualbox
I have integrated Virtualbox in the x86 QNAP NAS system
Armel Platform : QNAP NAS TS-219 with a Marvell (Arm) SOC 1,8
Test run QEMU x86 emulation inside (VM like freedos or Windows)
Context : only Modules are possible no kernel change ...
... test are done in a chroot env. Debian Squeeze for Armel, so
add X11 client to NAS and use X-Ming or Debian box as X Server
Test working :
install qemu thru apt-get
Start emu from fd (freedos) cdrom (live_cd linux , Win98
installation CD) ... all run open the windows, menu and keyboard
works, I have add, also in fd program to manage the hlt ... so
all seems to run. tested also qemu-launcher ... works.
Each time I create a disk image to add or install on disk ...
the install (Windows or Freedos) failed because he don't see the
disk or can't read or write on ????
I have tested qemu-img with raw, qcow, qcow2 without success ...
img file are full rw for all, qemu run under root, but it's same
under a "normal" user.
Due to the lack of IDE in the Qnap ... I have try also compile
modules for ide-core and load it (insmod) but no change ...
any advice ? Certainly I forgot somethings .... ?
thanks for help.