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Re: Emulate Rpi with QEMU fails

From: Thomas
Subject: Re: Emulate Rpi with QEMU fails
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2020 08:28:26 +0200
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Many thanks for your support.

I managed to get emulated RPi starting.

However there's one question I want to ask:
How can I accelerate the startup sequence?
I mean booting the emulated RPi takes more than 3 minutes.


Am 06.10.20 um 11:58 schrieb Alex Bennée:
> Thomas Schneider <74cmonty@gmail.com> writes:
>> Hello Paul,
>> many thanks for sharing this info.
>> Can you confirm that the emulated RPi with your command will use 
>> "internal QEMU" network, means the client cannot be accessed from any 
>> other device in LAN?
> The support for user-mode and TAP networking is orthogonal to the
> emulated device. However if you only want a few ports it's quite easy to
> use port forwarding, e.g:
>   -netdev user,id=unet,hostfwd=tcp::2222-:22
> which forwards 2222 to port 22 on the device. I have an alias in
> .ssh/config for accessing my QEMU devices.
>> If yes, what is required to setup a TAP connected to host's network
>> bridge?
> I'll defer to others for this but generally when I want proper bridged
> networking for a VM I use virt-manager/libvirt to configure it because
> it can be quite fiddly to do by hand.

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