Subject: Re: Re: qemu and "Could not allocate physical memory"
To: None <>
From: Joel CARNAT <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 09/26/2005 11:44:04
Dans l'épisode précédent (Mon, Sep 26 2005 - 05:24), Chris Clymer nous apprenait que :
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> I've actually been running netbsd(among others) inside of qemu in Linux.
>  I am probably oversimplifying, but you are aware of the "-m" flag in
> qemu, right?  For example, adding "-m 256" when it starts up will

yep - I tried using "-m 256", "-m 128", "-m 64" and "-m 100".
the two last work - 128/256 don't.

> allocate 256 MB of memory to it.
> IIRC, it wants 128MB by default.  So if you are finding that its only
> using 64MB in netbsd and you haven't hard set it to that, my gut feeling
> is that its either a misconfiguration in your netbsd install, or a funky
> bug in qemu running on top of netbsd.

google seemed to point this solution, but the proposed solutions didn't
work for me.

> #qemu on may prove helpful.

I'll try if no-one knows here, thanks.

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