[Bug 1840956] Re: qemu-user-static fails to install in WSL and LXD

2020-01-14 Thread Michael Tokarev
FWIW, it looks to me that this issue is ought to be fixed in binfmt
package, not in all of its users.. This is a general issue for
containers, not only qemu is affected

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[Bug 1350435] Re: tcg.c:1693: tcg fatal error

2015-09-24 Thread Michael Tokarev
Well.  This is definitely wrong.  It is a valid bug, but it needs quite
serious work to fix, which requires major refactoring of the tcg code.
Upstream is working on it, see http://wiki.qemu.org/Features/tcg-
multithread

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[Bug 1350435] Re: tcg.c:1693: tcg fatal error

2015-09-24 Thread Michael Tokarev
Well.  This is definitely wrong.  It is a valid bug, but it needs quite
serious work to fix, which requires major refactoring of the tcg code.
Upstream is working on it, see http://wiki.qemu.org/Features/tcg-
multithread

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[Bug 1025244] Re: qcow2 image increasing disk size above the virtual limit

2014-12-14 Thread Michael Tokarev
Looking at what?  At the lack of problems as comment #14 says?

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[Bug 1025244] Re: qcow2 image increasing disk size above the virtual limit

2014-12-14 Thread Michael Tokarev
Looking at what?  At the lack of problems as comment #14 says?

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-11-01 Thread Michael Tokarev
I'm not sure I follow.  I tried to answer to the last inquiry in this
bugreport, Eduardo asked if someone can confirm that +nx solves this
problem (it doesn't).  Now you say with certainity that it is a bug in
TCG (if it is a bug, why only uncertain guesses are present in this
bugreport?), mentions some experimental patch on the mailing list
without providing any details (maybe you suggest trying ALL patches with
the word experimental in them?), and also say tha I _should_ have a
look at it -- why should I?  I never tried to run win7 64bit in tcg
until yesterday, and yesterday I tried it just because someone reported
a problem with it, pointing to this bugreport...

Thanks,

/mjt

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-11-01 Thread Michael Tokarev
I'm not sure I follow.  I tried to answer to the last inquiry in this
bugreport, Eduardo asked if someone can confirm that +nx solves this
problem (it doesn't).  Now you say with certainity that it is a bug in
TCG (if it is a bug, why only uncertain guesses are present in this
bugreport?), mentions some experimental patch on the mailing list
without providing any details (maybe you suggest trying ALL patches with
the word experimental in them?), and also say tha I _should_ have a
look at it -- why should I?  I never tried to run win7 64bit in tcg
until yesterday, and yesterday I tried it just because someone reported
a problem with it, pointing to this bugreport...

Thanks,

/mjt

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-10-31 Thread Michael Tokarev
This prob is still present in current (2.1) qemu, and it is NOT solved
by -cpu kvm64,+nx -- win bluescreens the same way.

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-10-31 Thread Michael Tokarev
I tried running qemu-system-x86 -cpu qemu64 with tcg and kvm, and
compared cpu flags.  There are 2 flags present in kvm case which are not
present in tcg case: de and x2apic, all other flags are identical (nx is
present in both).  But enabling these two flags explicitly does not
help, win still BSODs the same way.  Except when I enable only x2apic,
it displays the BSOD in much larger font... ;)

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-10-31 Thread Michael Tokarev
This prob is still present in current (2.1) qemu, and it is NOT solved
by -cpu kvm64,+nx -- win bluescreens the same way.

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[Bug 921208] Re: win7/x64 installer hangs on startup with 0x0000005d.

2014-10-31 Thread Michael Tokarev
I tried running qemu-system-x86 -cpu qemu64 with tcg and kvm, and
compared cpu flags.  There are 2 flags present in kvm case which are not
present in tcg case: de and x2apic, all other flags are identical (nx is
present in both).  But enabling these two flags explicitly does not
help, win still BSODs the same way.  Except when I enable only x2apic,
it displays the BSOD in much larger font... ;)

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[Bug 1317090] Re: qemu fails on ELF files with no section headers

2014-08-08 Thread Michael Tokarev
Hmm.  Speaking of wrong executables.  We have another bugreport in
debian, -- https://bugs.debian.org/754336 -- which might be related. But
I tried qemu-2.1-rc and it didn't run these binaries.  Is it not the
same thing?  (The debian bugreport has sample files attached).

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[Bug 1317090] Re: qemu fails on ELF files with no section headers

2014-08-08 Thread Michael Tokarev
Hmm.  Speaking of wrong executables.  We have another bugreport in
debian, -- https://bugs.debian.org/754336 -- which might be related. But
I tried qemu-2.1-rc and it didn't run these binaries.  Is it not the
same thing?  (The debian bugreport has sample files attached).

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[Bug 1295072] Re: qemu 1.7 should build-depend on libfdt-dev higher than 1.4.0

2014-04-08 Thread Michael Tokarev
It looks like libfte-dev before 1.4 was merely unusable because the
mentioned file - libfdt_env.h - is included by the main libfdt.h too,
even in version 1.3, so if libfdt_env.h is missing, libfdt-dev is simply
unusable.  At least that's what it was on debian, see
http://bugs.debian.org/706137 .  So I think it is not qemu who should
depend on =1.4 libfdt-dev, but qemu should depend on _working_ libfdt-
dev.

BTW, how this bug is related to CVE-2013-4377?

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[Bug 1295072] Re: qemu 1.7 should build-depend on libfdt-dev higher than 1.4.0

2014-04-08 Thread Michael Tokarev
It looks like libfte-dev before 1.4 was merely unusable because the
mentioned file - libfdt_env.h - is included by the main libfdt.h too,
even in version 1.3, so if libfdt_env.h is missing, libfdt-dev is simply
unusable.  At least that's what it was on debian, see
http://bugs.debian.org/706137 .  So I think it is not qemu who should
depend on =1.4 libfdt-dev, but qemu should depend on _working_ libfdt-
dev.

BTW, how this bug is related to CVE-2013-4377?

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[Bug 1022222] Re: vgabios need support DDC EDID

2013-12-16 Thread Michael Tokarev
FWIW, Debian (upstream qemu following) now finally switched to vgabios
from seabios (so bochs lgpl vgabios isn't used anymore), and seavgabios
now have the resolutions mentioned - it looks like we've added these
based on the patch for bochs vgabios mentioned here.

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[Bug 1022222] Re: vgabios need support DDC EDID

2013-12-16 Thread Michael Tokarev
FWIW, Debian (upstream qemu following) now finally switched to vgabios
from seabios (so bochs lgpl vgabios isn't used anymore), and seavgabios
now have the resolutions mentioned - it looks like we've added these
based on the patch for bochs vgabios mentioned here.

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[Bug 1246990] Re: [qemu-x86-64-linux-user 1.6.1] qemu: uncaught target signal 11 (Segmentation fault) - core dumped

2013-11-03 Thread Michael Tokarev
I'm not sure x86*-linux-user targets are being tested at all.  Last time
I checked, x86-64 variant crashed left and right to the point of being
completely unusable...

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[Bug 1246990] Re: [qemu-x86-64-linux-user 1.6.1] qemu: uncaught target signal 11 (Segmentation fault) - core dumped

2013-11-03 Thread Michael Tokarev
I'm not sure x86*-linux-user targets are being tested at all.  Last time
I checked, x86-64 variant crashed left and right to the point of being
completely unusable...

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[Bug 1178884] Re: unhelpful kvm error msg thrown when cache=none and no direct IO

2013-10-11 Thread Michael Tokarev
doesn't qemu itself print an error message in this case before exiting?

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[Bug 1178884] Re: unhelpful kvm error msg thrown when cache=none and no direct IO

2013-10-11 Thread Michael Tokarev
doesn't qemu itself print an error message in this case before exiting?

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[Bug 1033727] Re: USB passthrough doesn't work anymore with qemu-kvm 1.1.1

2013-01-14 Thread Michael Tokarev
Thank you very much Peter for the work you did.  That is not of historic
interest, not at all - it is of a good value for Debian users!

And thank you Nikolaus for the testing, as well!

I take your (both of you!) words that the problem is now solved, and am
uploading new release to debian archives right now. At least it didn't
break things for me, -- I tested the resulting build and it works with
my usb devices, there's no immediately visible regression.  So hopefully
the bug is now fixed and I'm closing it in Debian.

Thank you again!

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[Bug 1033727] Re: USB passthrough doesn't work anymore with qemu-kvm 1.1.1

2013-01-14 Thread Michael Tokarev
Thank you very much Peter for the work you did.  That is not of historic
interest, not at all - it is of a good value for Debian users!

And thank you Nikolaus for the testing, as well!

I take your (both of you!) words that the problem is now solved, and am
uploading new release to debian archives right now. At least it didn't
break things for me, -- I tested the resulting build and it works with
my usb devices, there's no immediately visible regression.  So hopefully
the bug is now fixed and I'm closing it in Debian.

Thank you again!

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[Bug 1033727] Re: USB passthrough doesn't work anymore with qemu-kvm 1.1.1

2013-01-12 Thread Michael Tokarev
Peter, are you able to run git bisect or something like that, to try to
pinpoint either the commit which introduced this issue or which fixed
it?

I tried to reproduce this issue several times with various devices, but
I can't do it reliable, it always more or less works on my machine.  If
I were able to, I'd bisect it long time ago.

Now, to clarify things, I've no idea how USB works internally and how it
is implemented in qemu, for this issue I can only do a bisection to find
the changes which change the issue.

You can ping me by email or hit me on IRC (I'm mjt at freenode.net and
oftc.net) if you're willing to debug it further and need help in doing
that.

Besides, what are the sympthoms of the device non-working?  Does it
happen with linux guest too?  Have you tried re-running the guest again
when the problem occur, using the same problematic version of qemu - I
mean, is it 100% reproducible or happens at random?

Thank you!

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[Bug 1033727] Re: USB passthrough doesn't work anymore with qemu-kvm 1.1.1

2013-01-12 Thread Michael Tokarev
Peter, are you able to run git bisect or something like that, to try to
pinpoint either the commit which introduced this issue or which fixed
it?

I tried to reproduce this issue several times with various devices, but
I can't do it reliable, it always more or less works on my machine.  If
I were able to, I'd bisect it long time ago.

Now, to clarify things, I've no idea how USB works internally and how it
is implemented in qemu, for this issue I can only do a bisection to find
the changes which change the issue.

You can ping me by email or hit me on IRC (I'm mjt at freenode.net and
oftc.net) if you're willing to debug it further and need help in doing
that.

Besides, what are the sympthoms of the device non-working?  Does it
happen with linux guest too?  Have you tried re-running the guest again
when the problem occur, using the same problematic version of qemu - I
mean, is it 100% reproducible or happens at random?

Thank you!

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[Bug 658610] Re: Check whether images have write permissions

2012-10-27 Thread Michael Tokarev
So closing it with fix released.

(which had a complication for me: I changed status for ubuntu package
instead of changing it for qemu line, and now I can't restore it back
for ubuntu - since I don't know how/when ubuntu bugs are closed, only
upstream)

** Changed in: qemu-kvm (Ubuntu)
   Status: Confirmed = Fix Released

** Changed in: qemu
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[Bug 611142] Re: seabios should have native scsi support

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
FWIW, this is implemented and works in seabios 0.7.1

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[Bug 658610] Re: Check whether images have write permissions

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
by default images are expected to be open read-write.  I'm against too
much intelligence here, -- we may be running qemu as wrong user, or
with wrong permissions of the image in question, and qemu should fail to
start if the image can't be open using specified access flags (which is
read-write by default).  There's readonly={on|off} attribute of a
block device which can be used to control this behavour.  And this is,
in fact, exactly the behavour:

 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls
 qemu: -drive file=/bin/ls,if=virtio: could not open disk image /bin/ls: 
Permission denied
 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls,readonly=on
 qemu: -drive file=/bin/ls,readonly=on: readonly not supported by this bus type
 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls,if=virtio,readonly=on
 (works)

(Running as non-root ofcourse)

So I for one don't see what's the problem.

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[Bug 1030610] Re: qemu-kvm depends on undesirable additional packages

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
There has been numerous reports/wishlists about removing features from
qemu.  Different people consider different features to be undesirable.
But this is not how debian/ubuntu works: on these systems, packages are
built with as much as possible features (and hence external
dependencies).  If you want less features, you can recompile the package
locally; alternatively you can switch to gentoo which has good mechanism
for turning various features on/off (with use flags).

One possible solution within standard debian/ubuntu infrastructure is to
create something like qemu-minimal package.  This also has been thought
about, and rejected for the same reason: different people considers
different features to be needed or undesirable.  So we'll end up with
numerous -minimal packages, without good reason.

And finally, there's absolutely nothing wrong with having the mentioned
libraries installed, be it headless or soundless server or something
else.  I fail to see why some people consider, say, libX11 to be
undesirable on a headless server.  You can use `ssh -X' to log in to
that server from your workstation, and run X applications on there just
fine, including qemu -- it will display guest screen on an X window on
your workstation, and libX11 is required for this.

In short: I don't see a bug here, it is intended and desirable behavour.

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[Bug 611142] Re: seabios should have native scsi support

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
FWIW, this is implemented and works in seabios 0.7.1

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[Bug 658610] Re: Check whether images have write permissions

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
by default images are expected to be open read-write.  I'm against too
much intelligence here, -- we may be running qemu as wrong user, or
with wrong permissions of the image in question, and qemu should fail to
start if the image can't be open using specified access flags (which is
read-write by default).  There's readonly={on|off} attribute of a
block device which can be used to control this behavour.  And this is,
in fact, exactly the behavour:

 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls
 qemu: -drive file=/bin/ls,if=virtio: could not open disk image /bin/ls: 
Permission denied
 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls,readonly=on
 qemu: -drive file=/bin/ls,readonly=on: readonly not supported by this bus type
 $ qemu -drive file=/bin/ls,if=virtio,readonly=on
 (works)

(Running as non-root ofcourse)

So I for one don't see what's the problem.

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[Bug 1030610] Re: qemu-kvm depends on undesirable additional packages

2012-10-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
There has been numerous reports/wishlists about removing features from
qemu.  Different people consider different features to be undesirable.
But this is not how debian/ubuntu works: on these systems, packages are
built with as much as possible features (and hence external
dependencies).  If you want less features, you can recompile the package
locally; alternatively you can switch to gentoo which has good mechanism
for turning various features on/off (with use flags).

One possible solution within standard debian/ubuntu infrastructure is to
create something like qemu-minimal package.  This also has been thought
about, and rejected for the same reason: different people considers
different features to be needed or undesirable.  So we'll end up with
numerous -minimal packages, without good reason.

And finally, there's absolutely nothing wrong with having the mentioned
libraries installed, be it headless or soundless server or something
else.  I fail to see why some people consider, say, libX11 to be
undesirable on a headless server.  You can use `ssh -X' to log in to
that server from your workstation, and run X applications on there just
fine, including qemu -- it will display guest screen on an X window on
your workstation, and libX11 is required for this.

In short: I don't see a bug here, it is intended and desirable behavour.

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[Bug 918791] Re: qemu-kvm dies when using vmvga driver and unity in the guest

2012-07-07 Thread Michael Tokarev
if x or y  0, set them to 0 (and  decrement with/height accordingly)

If it is possible in this context to have negative x or y, it is also
possible to have them larger than width and heigth by absolute value, so
that when decrementing width/height accordingly, width/height becomes
negative too.

There's more: this function does not check for w/h being positive too,
just like it doesn't for x/y.  And again, if it is possible to have x0
or y0 there, it might be just as well possible to have w0 or h0 here.

And with w0 or h0, we'll most likely crash too.

So indeed, some (upstream) verification is needed here -- where these
negative values are coming from, whenever it is EVER okay to have them,
what to do with these, and where to check (I guess the check should be
done somewhere in the upper layer).


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[Bug 930181] Re: qemu-kvm (1.0+noroms-0ubuntu4) fails to build on Ubuntu Precise locally

2012-04-17 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 803246] Re: di syslog lines truncated

2011-10-30 Thread Michael Tokarev
busybox syslogd truncates input lines at 255 bytes. There's debian bug
report about this, #519356.  In debian, we consider it is a
documentation bug, but indeed, it may be possible to increase buffer
size a bit.

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[Bug 524447] Re: virsh save is very slow

2011-07-28 Thread Michael Tokarev
I see activity around this bug is going on and on, but I don't understand -- is 
the talk about this patch --
http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=collab-maint/qemu-kvm.git;a=commit;h=7e32b4ca0ea280a2e8f4d9ace1a15d5e633d9a95

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[Bug 524447] Re: virsh save is very slow

2011-07-28 Thread Michael Tokarev
I just wanted to point out that we've this patch in Debian since ages,
and it's been included in upstream for a long time too.  Added a debbug
reference for this as well.

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[Bug 524447] Re: virsh save is very slow

2011-07-28 Thread Michael Tokarev
I see activity around this bug is going on and on, but I don't understand -- is 
the talk about this patch --
http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=collab-maint/qemu-kvm.git;a=commit;h=7e32b4ca0ea280a2e8f4d9ace1a15d5e633d9a95

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[Bug 524447] Re: virsh save is very slow

2011-07-28 Thread Michael Tokarev
I just wanted to point out that we've this patch in Debian since ages,
and it's been included in upstream for a long time too.  Added a debbug
reference for this as well.

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[Bug 697197] Re: Empty password allows access to VNC in libvirt

2011-04-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 697197] Re: Empty password allows access to VNC in libvirt

2011-04-26 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 741887] Re: virsh snapshot-create too slow (kvm, qcow2, savevm)

2011-03-25 Thread Michael Tokarev
savevm _is_ slow, because it's writing to a qcow2 file with full
(meta)data allocation which is terrible slow since 0.13 (and 0.12.5)
unless you use cache=unsafe.  It's the same slowdown as observed with
default cache mode when performing an operating system install into a
freshly created qcow2 - it may take several hours.  To verify, run
`iostat -dkx 5' and see how busy (the last column) your disk is during
the save - I suspect it'll be about 100%.

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[Bug 741887] Re: virsh snapshot-create too slow (kvm, qcow2, savevm)

2011-03-25 Thread Michael Tokarev
savevm _is_ slow, because it's writing to a qcow2 file with full
(meta)data allocation which is terrible slow since 0.13 (and 0.12.5)
unless you use cache=unsafe.  It's the same slowdown as observed with
default cache mode when performing an operating system install into a
freshly created qcow2 - it may take several hours.  To verify, run
`iostat -dkx 5' and see how busy (the last column) your disk is during
the save - I suspect it'll be about 100%.

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[Bug 595438] Re: KVM segmentation fault, using SCSI+writeback and linux 2.4 guest

2010-11-11 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 595438] Re: KVM segmentation fault, using SCSI+writeback and linux 2.4 guest

2010-11-11 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-10-18 Thread Michael Tokarev
virtio disk is entrely different story, unrelated to this issue.

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-10-18 Thread Michael Tokarev
virtio disk is entrely different story, unrelated to this issue.

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-29 Thread Michael Tokarev
Does anyone else has similar problem?  With 0.12.4 I were able to repeat
it.  With 0.12.5 all winxp and win2003 installations, existing and new,
just work with either -drive or -hda or with virtio...

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-29 Thread Michael Tokarev
Does anyone else has similar problem?  With 0.12.4 I were able to repeat
it.  With 0.12.5 all winxp and win2003 installations, existing and new,
just work with either -drive or -hda or with virtio...

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-19 Thread Michael Tokarev
This is fixed by a backport of the mentioned patchset to stable-0.12
branch, in qemu git tree, see
http://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=qemu.git;a=commit;h=6394bd0e05441c363ebb73597c74c951378810e6

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-19 Thread Michael Tokarev
This is fixed by a backport of the mentioned patchset to stable-0.12
branch, in qemu git tree, see
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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-10 Thread Michael Tokarev
This appears to be fixed in 0.13-tobe by this patch:
http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/qemu-devel/2010-07/msg00152.html
(hence it's fix released in debian which now has 0.13 in experimental).

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-10 Thread Michael Tokarev
(and it is also filed agains debian qemu-kvm package, not just qemu --
http://bugs.debian.org/588739 )

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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-10 Thread Michael Tokarev
This appears to be fixed in 0.13-tobe by this patch:
http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/qemu-devel/2010-07/msg00152.html
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[Bug 586175] Re: Windows XP/2003 doesn't boot

2010-08-10 Thread Michael Tokarev
(and it is also filed agains debian qemu-kvm package, not just qemu --
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[Bug 513273] Re: kvm with -vga std is broken since karmic

2010-06-03 Thread Michael Tokarev
um.  Can't you just take approach used in Debian, namely, to provide the
sources for the bios files and compile them at build time?  That is
somewhat ugly, but at least it works...

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[Bug 513273] Re: kvm with -vga std is broken since karmic

2010-06-03 Thread Michael Tokarev
um.  Can't you just take approach used in Debian, namely, to provide the
sources for the bios files and compile them at build time?  That is
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[Bug 574665] Re: kvm + virtio disk corrupts large volumes (1TB).

2010-05-21 Thread Michael Tokarev
This is fixed by http://marc.info/?l=qemu-develm=127436114712437

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2010-05-21 Thread Michael Tokarev
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[Bug 341682] Re: Block I/O crashes after migration

2010-05-07 Thread Michael Tokarev
It appears this bug (or similar) is back in 0.12.  See Debian bug report
#580649 (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=580649 ).

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[Bug 341682] Re: Block I/O crashes after migration

2010-05-07 Thread Michael Tokarev
It appears this bug (or similar) is back in 0.12.  See Debian bug report
#580649 (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=580649 ).

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #580649
   http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=580649

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[Bug 500009] Re: floating point exception when Windows NT 4 guest uses its cirrus driver

2010-05-05 Thread Michael Tokarev
This bug is present in kvm-0.11 and is fixed in 0.12.  JFYI.

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[Bug 500009] Re: floating point exception when Windows NT 4 guest uses its cirrus driver

2010-05-05 Thread Michael Tokarev
This bug is present in kvm-0.11 and is fixed in 0.12.  JFYI.

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[Bug 270781] Re: unix_chkpwd crashes on gnome-screensaver

2009-04-03 Thread Michael Tokarev
This is in fact reproduceable.   I had the same issue too, was difficult
to debug (due to setuid-ness of the binary in question), but finally it
turned out to be wrong permissions for /dev/full (local config error
really) - it was 0660 instead of 0666, so unix_chkpwd was unable to open
it when run from user, and complained.

So, we've quite several issues here.

1) some programs (xscreensaver is one) executes PAM stuff with (some)
standard filedescriptors closed.  Not that it's an issue by itself, but
it MAY lead to some unexpected results like this one, and is somewhat
unsafe too.

2) wrong logic in calling unix_chkpwd helper from pam_unix.  This is a
security issue and is a significant one.  Failure to verify the password
gets interpreted as success.  How about running *almost* out of
processes and calling some su(1) to expect unix_chkpwd to fail?

3) wrong logic in unix_chkpwd itself, it should not crash if it's unable
to reopen its standard file descriptros.

Oh well.

I'd bot close this bug given the above.

See also fedora bug report of the same nature --
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=488147 .

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