Hi Michael, About your VNC problems : I have had problems w/ vnc too (see http://qemu-forum.ipi.fi/viewtopic.php?p=10468) but had no answer as well... Anyway, it's better to do like you're doing : installing a VNC server inside the vm is much better because you can have authentication and such
Hello, Can you confirm to me that if I have only one periodic timer on my motherboard I can only have one qemu-instance running using hpet? Thanks. François. Le mardi 21 août 2007 à 21:40 +0200, Luca a écrit : On 8/21/07, Matthew Kent [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 2007-18-08 at 01:11
of days. Julia Longtin [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Wed, Aug 01, 2007 at 04:33:31PM +0200, GUERRAZ Francois wrote: Hello. Micro$oft's 64bits OSes are known to be problematic w/ kvm. I guess that the main problem w/ Qemu is that Microsoft Virtual Server can emulate a SCSI controller
Hello. Micro$oft's 64bits OSes are known to be problematic w/ kvm. I guess that the main problem w/ Qemu is that Microsoft Virtual Server can emulate a SCSI controller and Qemu cannot... I havent checked but I bet they installed their VM's with just SCSI drivers... Try to install IDE drivers
Hi everybody. Could you please take a look at this post on the forum? No one was able to answer me on that topic... Has is been fixed in the CVS version by chance? http://qemu-forum.ipi.fi/viewtopic.php?t=3344 Thank you very much for this wonderful software anyway :) See ya. François.