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    [ubuntu] Re: How to set guest static IP

    See my response in your other thread about pinging from a guest OS (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=878883). Both problems have the same solution.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guest can't ping Internet

    Satimis, it looks like your guest is using user-mode networking, which does not allow guests to create ICMP packets as this requires root permissions. It sounds like you want to use a TAP interface...
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    [ubuntu] Re: KVM, xp unable to reboot

    I have the same problem and I've never been able to figure it out. It might have something to do with running WinXP with the -noacpi option, but I haven't tried it without that option.

    I should...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Specify NIC for the VM to use

    I haven't tried doing this myself, but you should be able to setup your VM to use a TAP network interface that is bridged to the actual ethernet NIC on your host. Then for each VM session, you start...
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    [all variants] Re: qemu and kvm/kqemu

    kvm includes qemu, so you wouldn't run qemu directly. You'd just run kvm and it would use QEMU for some of its virtualization work.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Install tv card in guest os ?

    Current virtual machine software does not allow the guest operating systems to directly access hardware like a TV card. They virtualize an entire machine and all of the hardware in it. If you want...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Specify a Virtual Nic In Guest

    zaarch, before you redo the entire installation, try to change the NIC device on the command-line. Win2k3 might just auto-detect the NIC and use the appropriate driver automatically and save you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Specify a Virtual Nic In Guest

    I just run kvm directly without using the virt-manager tools so I'm not sure. When you run kvm directly you specify which NIC to use at the command-line, so you can change the ethernet NIC model...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Specify a Virtual Nic In Guest

    According to the QEMU documentation at http://bellard.org/qemu/qemu-doc.html#SEC10, it supports many different virtual ethernet NICs.



    You're probably safe using the ne2k_pci model, as the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Specify a Virtual Nic In Guest

    The way almost all virtual machine monitors work is that they create an entire set of virtual hardware devices that the virtual machine sees. So for that reason, if you have a Broadcom 5702 NIC on...
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    [all variants] Re: Hardy's Virt-manager and WinXP

    I run kvm directly rather than using virt-manager. What advantages do you gain by using the virt-manager software over running kvm directly?
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Hardy KVM with FreeBSD 7 Guest, Networking Questions

    By default, kvm/qemu will setup a user-mode networking stack to give network access to your virtual machine. This method does not allow the virtual machine to "ping" outside machines because...
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    [all variants] Re: How to run kvm without sudo

    If you add yourself to a new group while you're logged in, it won't go into effect until you log out and log back in again. Maybe you just needed to try logging in again?
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    [all variants] Re: How to run kvm without sudo

    I believe you are correct! Though I've since switched over from using the official Ubuntu packages to compiling kvm from source. The project is under very active development and each (fairly...
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    [all variants] Re: How to run kvm without sudo

    Hi ema, you probably don't have the correct permissions to access the /dev/kvm file. On my machine, if I run "ls -l /dev/kvm", I get this output:

    crw-rw---- 1 root kvm 10, 232 2008-06-19 00:11...
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    [all variants] Re: Hardware Virtualisation

    Hi rossco, as far as I know, your virtual machines will not be able to get direct access to hardware like a TV card. Generally virtual machines access virtual devices, which the virtual machine...
  17. Thread: KVM, QEMU and XP

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    [ubuntu] Re: KVM, QEMU and XP

    Start kvm with the -no-acpi command-line option. Apparently if you have ACPI enabled in the virtual machine, it tries to write to a ACPI register a lot and causes the VM to run slowly because kvm...
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    [ubuntu] kvm shared directory

    Has anyone tried and successfully used the shared directory feature of kvm on hardy? I tried running kvm with the "-smb directory" command-line option, and when accessed it from the guest OS (using...
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    [ubuntu] Re: [SOLVED] kvm NAT over wireless

    Looks like the problems I had before occurred when I had both wired and wireless enabled at the same time, turned off the wired network, and didn't properly disable the interface. If I only connect...
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED] kvm NAT over wireless

    I'm running a winxp virtual machine using KVM on Hardy with the following command:

    kvm -hda ~/vm/winxp_vm.qcow2 -cdrom /dev/cdrom -m 768 -soundhw es1370 -no-frame -no-acpi &

    By default it's...
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