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    Default Nada happens! kvm image...

    Hi!

    I built LimeJeOs on Suse Studio...

    http://paste.opensuse.org/20772224

    stays like that for ever...

    tia!

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    Default Re: Nada happens! kvm image...

    On Mon 24 Feb 2014 01:56:01 PM CST, goro goren wrote:


    Hi!

    I built *LimeJeOs* on *Suse Studio...*

    http://paste.opensuse.org/20772224

    stays like that for ever...

    tia!


    Hi
    What about not on test drive?

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    Hi!

    yep...but how to launch it? I'am not understanding you: https://susestudio.com/a/R8DAbW/limejeos?a=testdrive ??????

    tia!

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    Hi
    If you press the Alt+Ctrl+F1 button, looks like it's stuck on the qemu cdrom (well for me). Either download and run locally with kvm (an detach the cdrom) or report to the builder...
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    I don't know anything (no details I can see) about the JeOS image you're trying to run.

    From my personal experience, I don't know any JeOS image I've run was ever designed to run on x86/x64 architecture (but maybe yours is).

    If there is any doubt about what kind of hardware the JeOS image is designed to run on, you should not be running it in a paravirtualizied virtualization like KVM but in regular QEMU where you can specify any type of full hardware emulation.

    An alternative can be something like UML (User Mode Linux) where you specify a downloaded alternative kernel in a chroot.

    TSU

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