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Re: Re: problem with mount_psshfs

On 7 August 2014 13:46, Carsten Kunze <> wrote:
>> What's the full command you use to launch your guest? Is it a a raw
>> file or a real partition? Have you enabled tunnels? Are you using
>> bridges, tun/tap, etc.
> It's a raw file, did not know that partition also would work ;)
> I use a bridge.  Don't know about tunnels.
> I hav really big problems with perl operating on this sshfs.
> (Memory fault and other unexpected internal errors I never
> saw before.)
> Maybe this has also to do with that.
> qemu-kvm\
>     -m 2048\
>     -hda /mnt/qemu/nbsd614.qemu\
>     -netdev bridge,id=hn0\
>     -device virtio-net-pci,netdev=hn0,id=nic1,mac=52:54:00:12:34:57\
>     -vga std\
>     -sdl -no-frame\
>     -usb -usbdevice mouse\
>     -name NetBSD\
>     -alt-grab\
>     -soundhw all

Have you started qemu as root or standard user?

And, just to make sure the problem is not in the bridge, could you
start qemu with user mode networking and enable redirection (check the
manual for the -redir argument).


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