On Sun, 2019-04-28 at 11:10 +0000, Strahil Nikolov wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to openBSD and I really like the idea. Sadly I do not have
> suitable hardware to run on , thus I use KVM and I would be happy if
> anyone hint me of a working solution for Qemu Guest Agent.
> Anything I dig up (via google searches) show up only suggestions ,
> but nothing more.In openBSD 6.4  I successfully installed qemu (and
> thus the agent), but I can't understand how to get the device needed
> for communication with the host up and running.
> As I mainly know linux - I know that we need a kernel module that to
> be loaded and with combination of udev rules - the devices is created
> on the necessary location and with the correct rights.According to
> many google findings - openBSD doesn't support any more loadable
> kernel module support.
> I have tried to figure it out by myself, but I cannot find the
> necessary module needed, nor how to load it in a proper manner.
> Any hint is well appreciated.
> Best Regards,Strahil Nikolov  

Kernel modules don't exist under OpenBSD to ensure security, so don't
go there. Communication with host is probably best done through the
serial console. Take a look at the boot.conf(8) manpage.

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