Friday 10 of August 2007 10:23:16 Matthias Saou napisał(a): (...) > > > The default install of qemu in fedora has this support explicitly > > > disabled so even if you wanted to use kqemu (either kmod, dkms, or > > > compiled) you would have to build qemu from source. Would there be any > > > objection to allowing support for kqemu in the fedora RPM? > > > > > > Mark Bidewell > > > > Odd, my Qemu works with KQemu... > > Yup, same here, the default package uses kqemu just fine. I've got guest CentOS5 on F7 host. Kqemu is installed as dkms package. If I "boot" guest OS with kqemu module loaded - startup hangs on "Red Hat nash * starting" and goes no further. Running guest OS without kqemu module works OK (slow, but works). System is up-to-date, Where should I search to find the reason? jaroslav, PS. Second thing is that on startup qemu says that I should do: "echo 1024 > /proc/sys/dev/rtc/max-user-freq". I can't because I don't have *rtc in /proc (there's "/proc/sys/dev/hpet" dir instead). Setting max-user-freq there doesn't stop qemu from complaining. But I think this issue should be reported upstream, am I right? regards, -- Jaroslaw Gorny
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