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Re: [Qemu-devel] Hi I'm New Os X user

From: Laurent Amon
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] Hi I'm New Os X user
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2004 11:59:32 +0200


qemu cannot access the disk while OSX has it mounted. You need to unmount it without ejecting it. To do this, before running qemu, just type "disktool -u disk1" or use DiskUtility to unount the disk.

Not that it will help you much, right now (at least on my system (X.3, using latest qemu CVS)) the CD will be recognized as an audio CD, with one track.


On 24 juil. 04, at 06:06, <address@hidden> wrote:

 This is a P.S. to my last email.

I realized that I misread your email Michael and tried
to run qemu and recieved the following command line
output (I used sudo because OS X requires you to be
logged in as "root" in order to access /opt/ or any of
its sub-folders):
Last login: Fri Jul 23 20:55:31 on ttyp2
Welcome to Darwin!
[Apple-V:~] nathan% disktool -l
***Disk Appeared ('disk1s0',Mountpoint =
'/Volumes/LOM_SE', fsType = 'cd9660', volName =
***Disk Appeared ('disk1',Mountpoint = '', fsType =
'', volName = '')
***Disk Appeared ('disk2',Mountpoint = '/Volumes/The
Frozen Throne', fsType = 'hfs', volName = 'The Frozen
***Disk Appeared ('disk0',Mountpoint = '', fsType =
'', volName = '')
***Disk Appeared ('disk0s1',Mountpoint = '', fsType =
'', volName = '')
***Disk Appeared ('disk0s3',Mountpoint = '/', fsType =
'hfs', volName = 'Hard Thought')
[Apple-V:~] nathan% sudo /opt/local/bin/qemu -hda
~/d.img -hdb ~/E.img -cdrom /dev/disk1s0 -m 128 -nics
0 -enable-audio -cirrusvga
/dev/disk1s0: Device busy
qemu: could not open hard disk image '/dev/disk1s0
[Apple-V:~] nathan%


I have -nics set to 0 because my home network does not
use a dns server.

  As always, Thanks a bunch,

             Nathan the Stout

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