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Re: Dfly 1.2 + Qemu don't cooperate

From: Vivek Ayer <vivek.ayer@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 00:26:22 -0400

Thanks, will do.

On 9/26/05, Scott Ullrich <geekgod@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Vivek Ayer wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm trying to install dfly via qemu in Arch Linux. I'm using the
> > latest stable (1.2) of dfly. Unfortunately, during the install, I get
> > an error about connecting to port 9999 (pid 608) when trying to enter
> > the bsd installer (ncurses) and I'm thrown back into console. Has
> > anyone installed dfly on qemu and if so what's the procedure that I'd
> > have to go through? Which release of dfly should I use? Latest CVS
> > Snapshot? Qemu works fine for other things like NetBSD and I'll be
> > trying FreeBSD 5.4 soon, but I'd like to get past this hurdle with the
> > dfly install. Are there special parameters you have to run with qemu
> > as you boot from the cdrom (image)? Thanks a lot. Help is appreciated.
> I have had this happen as well.  Generally if the loopback adaptor is
> not initialized correctly this could happen.   Another thing for you to
> try is to bring up a network interface before running the installer.
> IE: login as root and setup a interface with an ip then logout and log
> back in with installer.
> Scott

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