order:virt-install -n centos-gg -r 1024 --disk
/home/lzy/CentOs-7-aarch64-Everything.iso --graphics vnc
When libvirt-2.0.0, failed with PCI controller at index 1 (0x01) has
bus='0x01',but index must be larger than bus.
When libvirt-3.2.0,failed with Cirrus VGA not available
When libvirt-4.2.0,failed with other problem(i didn't record)
It is confused!
So what's your host OS? And Can I konw your kernel .config about
drivers/video.I think the video maybe effective..
Have a good day
> 发件人: Laszlo Ersek <ler...@redhat.com>
> 发送时间: 2018年5月17日 星期四
> 收件人: lizhuoyao <lizhuo...@hikdata.com>
> 抄送: email@example.com, Marc Zyngier <marc.zyng...@arm.com>, Andrea
> Bolognani <abolo...@redhat.com>
> 主题: Re: use vnc in arm-kvm
> Redirecting to virt-tools-list (and keeping Marc personally CC'd for his
> entertainment :) )
> Adding Andrea too.
> On 05/17/18 02:38, lizhuoyao wrote:
> > select virtio video also failed.
> > order：virt-install -n centos-gg -r 1024 --disk
> > centos-gg.img,format=qcow2,size=10 --cdrom
> > /home/lzy/CentOs-7-aarch64-Everything.iso --video virtio
> > failed: PCI controller at index 1 (0x01) has bus='0x01',but index must be
> > larger than bus.
> > (I have tryed in other mail list....)
> I've now tried the same command line on my aarch64 host, with the
> addition of "--dry-run" (because I didn't want to create a new domain).
> It succeeded.
> In the thread starter, you mentioned "libvirt-3.2.0". (You didn't say
> what virt-install version you were using.) I think aarch64 support in
> that libvirt version may have been incomplete. My versions are:
> I suggest upgrading your host OS.
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