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Build an Image with qemu and boot it with Colinux

Get QEMU Edit

Download the precompiled QEMU versions for Windows from

http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/download.html

INSTALL QEMU Edit

CLICK ON QemuInstall-0.8.0.exe

accept & next
next
next
Would you like to down load an image from freeosZOO? no
# bad link, change to  http://www.oszoo.org/download.html
close

edit QEMUMenu.bat Edit

remove the audio option. It may work for you, but I had to remove it from the batch file.

::qemu.exe -L "%QEMU_BIOS_DIR%" -m %QEMU_MEM% -hda "!QEMU_IMG%QEMU_IMG_Choice%!" %QEMU_CDROM%  -localtime %QEMU_NETWORK% -enable-audio
qemu.exe -L "%QEMU_BIOS_DIR%" -m %QEMU_MEM% -hda "!QEMU_IMG%QEMU_IMG_Choice%!" %QEMU_CDROM%  -localtime %QEMU_NETWORK% 


Use menu.bat click on

C:\Program Files\QemuQEMUMenu.bat

QEMU Menu (v20041121) Edit

  QEMU Menu (C) 2004 Garth Dahlstrom (ironstorm@users.sf.net)
  QEMU (C) 2004 Fabrice Bellard

QEMU Settings:

Memory (256MB)  BIOS DIR (\Program Files\Qemu\bios)
ISO/CD ()
Network ()

Boot QEMU using image:

No image files found!! (you must [C]reate an image to use QEMU)

Settings/Toggles:

[C]reate image file  [M]emory  [I]SO/CD  [N]etwork  [Q]uit
Enter your choice now []:M
=== Adjust QEMU Memory setting
Enter the amount of Memory to start QEMU with in MB: 256

QEMU Menu (v20041121) Edit

  QEMU Menu (C) 2004 Garth Dahlstrom (ironstorm@users.sf.net)
  QEMU (C) 2004 Fabrice Bellard

QEMU Settings:

Memory (256MB)  BIOS DIR (\Program Files\Qemu\bios)
ISO/CD ()
Network ()

Boot QEMU using image:

No image files found!! (you must [C]reate an image to use QEMU)


Settings/Toggles:

[C]reate image file  [M]emory  [I]SO/CD  [N]etwork  [Q]uit
Enter your choice now []: i
=== Add/Remove/Change ISO file
Drag & drop the ISO file on to this window or type in filename (leave blank to  remove): "C:\Program Files\Qemu\dapper-install-i386.iso"
QEMU_CDROM = -cdrom "C:\Program Files\Qemu\dapper-install-i386.iso"
Boot from this ISO (Y/N)?y

QEMU Menu (v20041121) Edit

  QEMU Menu (C) 2004 Garth Dahlstrom (ironstorm@users.sf.net)
  QEMU (C) 2004 Fabrice Bellard

QEMU Settings:

Memory (256MB)  BIOS DIR (\Program Files\Qemu\bios)
ISO/CD (-cdrom "C:\Program Files\Qemu\dapper-install-i386.iso" -boot d)
Network ()

Boot QEMU using image:

No image files found!! (you must [C]reate an image to use QEMU)


Settings/Toggles:

[C]reate image file  [M]emory  [I]SO/CD  [N]etwork  [Q]uit
Enter your choice now []: c
=== Make a New Image
Enter a name for your Image file [.img will be appended]: ubuntu-qmu
Enter a size in MB for your Image file: 1000
Enter the Type of Image:
[1] raw (Default) - Raw image format, easily exportable to other Emus
[2] qcow - QEMU image format, support compression and optional AES Encription
Enter your choice now (blank = raw): 1
qemu-img.exe create -f "raw" "ubuntu-qmu.img" "1000M"
Formating 'ubuntu-qmu.img', fmt=raw, size=1024000 kB

QEMU Menu (v20041121) Edit

  QEMU Menu (C) 2004 Garth Dahlstrom (ironstorm@users.sf.net)
  QEMU (C) 2004 Fabrice Bellard

QEMU Settings:

Memory (256MB)  BIOS DIR (\Program Files\Qemu\bios)
ISO/CD (-cdrom "C:\Program Files\Qemu\dapper-install-i386.iso" -boot d)
Network ()

Boot QEMU using image:

[1] ubuntu-qmu

Settings/Toggles:

[C]reate image file  [M]emory  [I]SO/CD  [N]etwork  [Q]uit
Enter your choice now []: 1

The Linux Install

In the new window you have the os install menu. I'm going to install X after I have a base image.

Run your install from start to finish and shutdown after.

working on a test


Edit Qemubat.bat

qemu.exe -L "%QEMU_BIOS_DIR%" -m %QEMU_MEM% -hda "!QEMU_IMG%QEMU_IMG_Choice%!" %QEMU_CDROM%  -localtime %QEMU_NETWORK% -hdb ubuntu1g.ext3

boot Rescue a Broken server

english
USA
After the rescue finds the hardware switch to vc2 (ctrl-alt-F2)
enter for console

mkdir /mnt/hda1
mkdir /mnt/hdb
mount -t ext3 /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1

mount -t ext3 /dev/hdb  /mnt/hdb
cd /mnt/hdb
rm -rf *
cd /
cp -a /mnt/hda1 /mnt/hdb
umount /mnt/hda1
umount /mnt/hdb

boot colinux with
colinux-daemon -t nt kernel=vmlinux initrd=initrd.gz mem=256 cobd0=ubuntu1g.ext3   cofs0=c:\  root=/dev/cobd0 eth0=slirp eth0=tuntap

colinux:~# mount -t cofs cofs0 /mnt
colinux:~# mount
/dev/cobd0 on / type ext3 (rw,errors=remount-ro)
proc on /proc type proc (rw)
devpts on /dev/pts type devpts (rw,gid=5,mode=620)
tmpfs on /dev/shm type tmpfs (rw)
cofs0 on /mnt type cofs (rw)

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