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inferno in QEMU on WindowsXP

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Note when you have installed the Native inferno in QEMU

  • Preparation
    1. QEMU on Windows Download
    2. inferno CD 2007May10 Download
    3. Thaw QEMU where appropriate (for example: "C: \ QEMU")
    4. Thaw infernoCD in QEMU directory (example: "C: \ QEMU \ inf.iso")
  • Installation
    1. Creating a 1GB of HardDiskImage (command prompt)
      C:\QEMU>qemu-img create -f qcow inferno.img 1G 
    2. from infernoCD Boot (command prompt)
       C:\QEMU>qemu -L . -m 128 -boot d -cdrom inf.iso -hda inferno.img 
    3. Execution of installation shell script (QEMU)
       ;sh install.sh -m /dev/sdD0 /dev/sdC0 
    4. Create a partition in Plan9 (QEMU)
       >>> a p1 start cylinder: 0 end [0..1024] 1024 >>> A p1 >>> w >>> q 
    5. Because it is restarted again run the installation shell script (QEMU)
       ;sh install.sh /dev/sdD0 /dev/sdC0 >>> w >>> q 
    6. Close the Windows QEMU When you are prompted with the "Remove the CD and reboot"
  • Start-up confirmation
    1. (Command prompt)
       C:\QEMU>qemu.exe -L . -m 128 -hda inferno.img -net nic,model=rtl8139 
    2. (QEMU)
       ; wm/wm wmlib: can't allocate Display: .initdisplay: /dev/draw/new: ; 

    Anyway, but was movement, GUI does not rise.
    VGA is not visible?
    QEMU seems to emulate the CL-GD5446.
    In, in When I sniff source os / pc

    • vgaclgd542x.c
    • vgaclgd546x.c

    I have met. In other words ... not supported?
    Send-off for now I might put the driver in the application and maybe
    QEMU I try there also try like a because it can also VESA start

    1. (Command prompt)
       C:\QEMU>qemu.exe -L . -m 128 -hda inferno.img -net nic,model=rtl8139 -vga std 
    2. (QEMU)
       ; wm/wm wmlib: can't allocate Display: .initdisplay: /dev/draw/new: ; 

    After all the bad-ish.
    I wonder if VGA drivers are not built into the kernel you are into this CD?
    This CD boot kernel and file size in yesterday's FD boot kernel is quite different.
    In other words, I would that mean the compiled content is different,
    And I wonder what I should do to make the kernel to be replaced with the kernel of this CD.
    And I want to make the same compilation conditions and CD of the kernel,
    The first place is not well understood Toka compile options.

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