Ottavio Caruso <ottavio2006-usenet2012%yahoo.com@localhost> writes: > On 7 August 2014 13:46, Carsten Kunze <carsten.kunze%arcor.de@localhost> > 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). My guess is that if mount_psshfs is even sort of working, and it's about ro vs rw files, then the OP is not having a networking problem.
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