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Emulating ARM64 with QEMU

I needed an easy way to run and experiment with an ARM64 environment. I knew QEMU was what I needed, and there were numerous tutorials… 1,217 more words


CHIPSEC gets QEMU VirtIO device detection


“Just added detection of QEMU VirtIO devices by @mikhailgorobets & @c7zero. Use “chipsec_util.py vmm virtio” command”

Just added detection of QEMU VirtIO devices by…

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Linux Kernel 4.7 Memory Allocation Bug (mm/slub.c)

Just a heads up if you’re seeing unpalatable behavior with your Fedora 23 or Fedora 24 rig running any of the 4.7.* kernels:  It looks like Kernel 4.7 may have introduced a memory management bug… 310 more words

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Migrate Windows 7 KVM virtual machine to Virtualbox

Hi folks, here is me again posting tips about virtualization instead of database management stuff. I’m doing this specially to document stuff I had to deal with that I’m pretty sure I won’t be doing any time soon. 242 more words


Navigating the Tianocore UEFI Shell

Just in case you end up getting dropped to the UEFI shell when attempting to start a Windows guest domain with KVM/QEMU/Tianocore, I thought I might post a little shot from… 64 more words

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Compile Linux kernel for ARM and emulate with QEMU

1. Goals

– Compile the kernel and emulate the boot. To simplify things, the boot will not include a complete filesystem but uses a minimal ramdisk to show the kernel executing just one program. 732 more words


Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on vexpress_a9 emulated by QEMU

1. Setup the rootfs

sudo apt-get install qemu-user-static qemu-system-arm
mkdir vexpress
cd vexpress
mkdir qemu-img

# 4GBs should be enough
dd if=/dev/zero of=./vexpress-4G.img bs=4M count=1024
sudo losetup -f ./vexpress-4G.img
sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/loop0
sudo mount /dev/loop0 qemu-img

# let's bootstrap a 'trusty' armhf rootfs in the qemu-img directory
sudo qemu-debootstrap --arch=armhf trusty qemu-img
sudo cp `which qemu-arm-static` qemu-img/usr/bin/

# setup serial console, apt repositories and network
sudo chroot qemu-img
sed 's/tty1/ttyAMA0/g' /etc/init/tty1.conf > /etc/init/ttyAMA0.conf
echo "deb  …
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