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http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/
 
http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/
  
Grabbing debug messages:
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== Grabbing debug messages ==
  
By default debug messages from ReactOS are sent to the serial port (COM1).
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By default debug messages from ReactOS are sent to the serial port (COM1).
For grabbing that output, you need at least qemu version 0.6.1 where you can specify the -serial option.
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For grabbing that output, you need at least qemu version 0.6.1 where you can specify the -serial option.
Like this:
 
  $ qemu -serial stdio -cdrom roslive.iso -boot d
 
  
If you are testing the setup cd, note that you can change the kernel arguments by editing the txtsetup.sif file (so things actually get written to the serial port).
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Like this:
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<pre>$ qemu -serial stdio -cdrom roslive.iso -boot d</pre>
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If you are testing the setup cd, note that you can change the kernel arguments by editing the txtsetup.sif file (so things actually get written to the serial port).

Revision as of 20:16, 8 February 2005

Qemu is a x86 Emulator/Virtual Machine.

http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/

Grabbing debug messages

By default debug messages from ReactOS are sent to the serial port (COM1). For grabbing that output, you need at least qemu version 0.6.1 where you can specify the -serial option.

Like this:

$ qemu -serial stdio -cdrom roslive.iso -boot d

If you are testing the setup cd, note that you can change the kernel arguments by editing the txtsetup.sif file (so things actually get written to the serial port).