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Re: [SLUG] Qemu Questions
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Qemu Questions
- From: Peter Rundle <prundle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 08:08:06 +1000
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James Gregory wrote:
> The user-net option will allow your guest system to make *outgoing*
> connections. You can't (without some tinkering) use it to run an
>externally accessible webserver for example.
For my application that will suffice.
Just need a little clarification about the network config,
I understand that the guest gets an 10.0.2.x ip from qemu's "virtual
dhcp" server and it's default gateway is set to 10.0.2.2 which is...
(I'm guessing) qemu creating a "virtual gateway", does Qemu then Nat the
outbound packets from the guest to the Hosts ip address? I.E Qemu is a
user level application running on the host which has access to the
hosts networking services?
I don't understand; how can you tell that there's an hourglass there if
everything is black? Can you point us to a screenshot?
Just the cursor is black. The rest of the display is the normal colour.
When you launch an application the busy/hourglass cursor appears but it
is also black (windows nt4 guest). Not to worry but curious bug. If I
launch the guest without the loadvm (i.e boot from scratch) the cursor
colour is normal.
Thanks for your help