> How would we copy a file into a virtual machine?

Mount the file system as per the instructions below, you can then copy
files onto/off of the UML:

You can mount the local file system (or part of it) from a UML instance so
that the local file
system appear as a directory in the UML file system. For example, if you
want to mount the /tmp directory
of your host file system in the /mnt/tmp of the UML file system, you can do
that by issuing the command
% mount none /mnt/tmp -t hostfs -o /tmp
Both /mnt/tmp and /tmp should be present in the UML and host file systems
respectively for this command
to be successful. Note the mounting a file system also requires
administrative privileges.

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