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Re: [Qemu-devel] qemu for macosx can't boot linux partition

From: Enric Pedascoll Quingles
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] qemu for macosx can't boot linux partition
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 17:07:39 +0200

well, now i have running macosX.4 and i want to start a qemu session
with a Debian partition, i know that macos partition is disk0s5 but
all other partitions are Debian (swap, root, home ...), i try to boot
all the disk /dev/disk0 and select Debian in a yaboot but when i type
qemu -hda /dev/disk0, qemu crash

On 9/28/05, Jonas Maebe <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 28 sep 2005, at 16:29, Enric Pedascoll Quingles wrote:
> > i try to boot a fisical mac's partition with qemu but i don't obtain
> > good results
> > i have read in documentation files that the command is:
> >
> > ~#qemu -snapshot -hda /dev/(your disk)
> >
> > i try several way with the same result
> >
> > ~#qemu -snapshot -hda /dev/hda
> > ~#qemu -snapshot -hda /dev/disk0
> > ~#qemu -snapshot -hda /dev/hda0s1..s2...s5
> >
> > and nothing...
> Under Mac OS X, partitions are available as /dev/diskXsY and not /dev/
> hdXsY. Your boot partition /dev/disk0sY, other disks can get a
> different number after every reboot.
> You can find the device name of a partition (under Mac OS X 10.4.x at
> least) by opening /Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility, selecting a
> partition and choosing File->Get Info.
> Jonas

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