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In /usr/bin, there is not qemu, but you can use qemu-system-x86_64,qemu-system-arm , etc. You can write: qemu-system-x86_64 -localtime -net user -net nic -m 256 -cdrom minix.iso -hda minix.img -boot d But if you need to use qemu, create a link to qemu-system-x86_64 in ~/bin/qemu.


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With Parallels 10.1.1 and Ubuntu 14.04 using the menu entry Actions -> Install parallels tools... did not mount the installer in /media/parallels. Trying sudo updatedb; locate prl-tools-lin.iso also returned an empty result. The solution is to cd /usr/lib/parallels-tools then sudo ./install, which will execute the text installer. Incidentally sudo ...


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You must use a Virtual Machine. You can use Virtualbox or maybe 'VMware and Workstation' But, on virtualbox be sure that you have an installation CD or a .ISO file to install onto it. Be careful coz sometimes it halts..


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Thanks to the gurus in #snappy IRC, who figured it out. First of all, the snappy image requires a 64-bit host. My host is running 32-bit, so QEMU could load the image, but couldn't run it. Currently, no 32-bit version of Snappy Ubuntu Core is built. Had I been using a 64-bit host, a similar condition could occur if the KVM is stopped early, before or ...


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I had exactly the same problem. I managed to fix it after minimal fuss by enabling virtual technology in the BIOS settings. It may be a slightly different method for different computers but on my HP Pavillion Laptop you simply press F10 at start up to get the BIOS options. Then find the tab which allows you to set VT to enabled. As soon is this is done it ...


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You may perform following steps: Goto to Bios options (hit F1/F2 or maybe F8/F9 depending on your board make). Goto Advanced Options Set Virtualization Option to Enabled Save, Exit and Restart the machine That is it!!! It solved both the above problems for me :-)


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If your requirement is to run virtual machine with Windows inside, besides VirtualBox or VMWare you can try KVM .


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Depending on your requirements, you may try installing something like VirtualBox or VMWare. Take a look at this list of solutions to figure out what covers your need. The above are full virtual machines. If you only need to run Windows programs on the Linux server, you may want to check out Wine.


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See the instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation In short: sudo apt-get install qemu-kvm libvirt-bin ubuntu-vm-builder bridge-utils sudo adduser `id -un` libvirtd sudo adduser `id -un` kvm Then log out and back in again, and check that it is working by running: virsh -c qemu:///system list Some more instructions from ...


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You don't: you have to shut down the vm. Or at the very least, make sure the vm does not have the partition mounted that you are trying to mount in the host.


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It seems like an error with your interface configuration, try deleting ~/.config/monitors.xml.


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So I so looks like I managed to solve the issue. I edited the xml file of the vm specifically the part relating to the virtual disk drive I changed it from <disk type='file' device='disk'> <driver name='qemu' type='qcow2'/> <source file='/srv/storage/images/kerio_control.img'/> <target dev='vda' bus='virtio'/> ...


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Although I've got a gentoo flavor maybe this gives you a hint. Recompiling qemu and spice-gtk with usbredir USE flag did the job for me. Should be a ./configure parameter for you.


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VirtualBox and KVM will not run at the same time. However! VMWare Workstation will run at the same time as either of these, and that's interesting. On an Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon, VMWare Workstation and KVM will run at the same time. VMWare and VirtualBox will run at the same time. It's just that VirtualBox and KVM will not run at the same time. If VMWare ...


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A list of some of the available emulations are shown on the man page for kvm. For a definitive list for the system in use, use the kvm command as follows: kvm -net nic,model=? On my system that results in the following output: kvm -net nic,model=? qemu: Supported NIC models: ne2k_pci,i82551,i82557b,i82559er,rtl8139,e1000,pcnet,virtio For people who ...



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