Am Fri, 9 Feb 2018 16:23:11 +0100
schrieb "[ext] Jan Kiszka" <jan.kis...@siemens.com>:

> Hi all,
> 
> cross-posting to two communities as this is of common interested:
> 
> I've just uploaded a new side-project of Jailhouse. It's called
> jailhouse-images [1], and it aims at generating all what is required
> to try out Jailhouse in QEMU/KVM environment.
> 
> It does this by using the Isar image builder for Debian. So this
> project may also serve the Isar project as reference and test case.
> 
> I didn't write a README yet, but the project is almost self
> explaining:
> 
> - make sure you have docker installed and can launch privileged
>   containers and qemu-system-x86_64 in a recent version (2.9 is fine
>   e.g.)
> 
> - clone the jailhouse-images project [1]
> 
> - run ./build-images.sh (takes about 15 minutes on a decent notebook
>   with decent Internet)
> 
> - run ./start-qemu.sh x86

Works as expected, cool!

> - log into the machine (root/root) and play with Jailhouse

That was a little tricky, but "dpkg -L jailhouse" told me where to look
for some of the files i needed.

> Jailhouse config files are installed under /etc/jailhouse, inmate
> images /usr/libexec/jailhouse/demos.

And now i read this ... ok my bad for not reading my mails carefully ;).

Henning

> Jan
> 
> [1] https://github.com/siemens/jailhouse-images
> 

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