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Re: ttylinux , qemu and eth0



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On Jan 28, 10:10 am, catafest <[email protected]> wrote:
> Is correct , but ...
> I try this command :
> $ qemu -drive file=disk.img,if=ide,media=disk  -cdrom ttylinux-
> i686-11.2.iso -net
> type=user ,macaddr=xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ,connect=localhost, -net
> nic,model=pcnet,vlan=0 -net user,vlan=0
> now i set IP with ifconfig ..
> but why not install  the package nano ?
> repo is down ?
> where is packages ,I need to see what I need to install ...
> On Jan 22, 2:07 am, ggbutcher <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > Yes, qemu by default starts an internal vlan that 1) presents a nic to
> > the os, and 2) interfaces to the host computer's internet connection
> > to provide a path to the internet.  I use this regularly with ttylinux
> > 12.3 on both Windows and Ubuntu.
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> > You need to make sure the default ethernet driver qemu is using
> > matches with the drivers ttylinux will try to use.  pxe-e1000.bin is
> > the one qemu uses that works for me, on Windows qemu...
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> > On Jan 19, 7:47 pm, Douglas Jerome <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > > catafest wrote:
> > > > Hi
> > > > I need some help .
> > > > My eth0 under ttylinux with qemu , not working ...
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> > > > Error is :
> > > > Ifconfig : SIOCSIFADDR: No such device .
> > > > i have just l0 interface ...
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> > > > On boot i strat with:
> > > >  ttylinux enet
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> > > > Qemu command is :
> > > > qemu -drive file=disk.img,if=ide,media=disk -cdrom ttylinux-
> > > > i686-11.2.iso
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> > > > Maybe is a qemu command ...
> > > > Thank you .
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> > > I have:
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> > > $ qemu --version
> > > QEMU emulator version 0.13.0, Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Fabrice Bellard
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> > > And I ran these commands:
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> > > $ dd if=/dev/zero of=disk.img bs=10M count=1
> > > 1+0 records in
> > > 1+0 records out
> > > 10485760 bytes (10 MB) copied, 0.108013 s, 97.1 MB/s
> > > $ qemu -drive file=disk.img,if=ide,media=disk \
> > >         -cdrom ttylinux-i686-11.2.iso
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> > > And then started ttylinux with "ttylinux enet" and udhcpc
> > > got an ip address. I check the boot messages with
> > > "dmesg | grep eth0" and see the kernel messages where it
> > > found an e1000 NIC. ifconfig shows both eth0 and lo.