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Re: [Qemu-devel] Solaris_x86 HOST: Precompiled binaries in pkgadd format
Re: [Qemu-devel] Solaris_x86 HOST: Precompiled binaries in pkgadd format + 9 high res. Screenschots <http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~mbeinsx/>
Tue, 07 Sep 2004 17:46:38 +0200
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Juergen Keil wrote:
no slirp, because of compile problems in the slirp code?
I've the user mode network working in QEMU running on Solaris x86.
Tested with guest OS: Windows ME and Solaris x86. Networking does not
work very well with a Windows 2000 guest.
For a Solaris x86 guest OS, I've build a "driver update floppy" that includes
Masayuki Murayama's "ni" driver (NE2000 driver), slightly patched for QEMU:
The "ni" driver can be added at install time, using "F4_Add driver" in the
DCA, if you run
% qemu -cdrom sol-9-u7-x86-v1.iso -fda /tmp/DU.img -boot d solaris.img
When Solaris x86 is booted you should have a "ni0" interface. The network
interface can be configured with "ifconfig ni0 dhcp".
you're the best one.
In secret I knew you would have it running.
Yes - too much compile time errors.
Missing include files, parsing errors (caused by the partly missing,
partly incompatible) *.h files.
All that eats my time and I will get into struggle, if I do not stop now
(for this year).
But I wanted to build a first publicly available pkgadd package.
I'm just going to make some PR for QEMU.
Let's se, whether they will accept my submission.
I also plan to ask both www.sunfreeware.com and SUNW's Companion CD
It would help Solaris to compete against VMware based systems.
Of course your help is *very* appreciateb by me, as you have lots more
UNIX programming experience, knowledge == background than me.
Finally going to bed now (yesterday's session);
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