Hi list ! (Please Cc: me in your replies.)
I have installed qemu from ports, without kqemu (for now, at least). I am accessing the box with ssh, and I don't have X running on it, therefore I used the -nographic knob which is supposed to use only the tty. Unfortunately, here is what's happened: % jarjarbinks:/<1>msdos/qemu:104# qemu -cdrom /mnt/msdos/isos/debian-31r3-i386-netinst.iso -hda debian.img -m 64 -boot d -nographic -net user % (qemu) (Here, I type C-a h.) % C-a h print this help % C-a x exit emulator % C-a s save disk data back to file (if -snapshot) % C-a b send break (magic sysrq) % C-a t toggle console timestamps % C-a c switch between console and monitor % C-a C-a send C-a (Here I type C-a c.) % (qemu) % (qemu) c % (qemu) (Here I type C-a c again, in order to switch to "console".) % (qemu) >From here, qemu is stalled. I can't even go back to "monitor" mode. I'm solely able to kill qemu from another terminal, in which case my shell gets all the keystrokes in a burst. Does any experience the same problem ? If so, did you find a solution or workaround ? Or maybe is it running flawlessly ? Thank you. Regards, -- Jeremie Le Hen < jeremie at le-hen dot org >< ttz at chchile dot org > _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"