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howtos:emulators:vms [2018/08/29 17:59 (UTC)]
nikos [Creating vm1]
howtos:emulators:vms [2018/09/12 08:56 (UTC)]
nikos [Installation]
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 You need to install vde2, tigervnc and qemu first You need to install vde2, tigervnc and qemu first
  
-Get the ready made package, you should use the latest release+Get the ready made package ​and install it, you should use the latest release
  
 <code bash> <code bash>
-wget https://​bitbucket.org/​yotis/​vms/​vms-0.2.0-noarch-1did.tgz+wget https://​bitbucket.org/​yotis/​vms/​vms-0.2.1-noarch-1did.tgz 
 +upgradepkg --install-new vms-0.2.1-noarch-1did.tgz
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Install or upgrade vms with +Or use slackbuilds.org,​ eg via sbopkg
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-upgradepkg ​--install-new ​vms-0.2.0-noarch-1did.tgz+sbopkg ​-vms
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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 You can use the ~/.vms/vm1 directory to store anything you want, but You can use the ~/.vms/vm1 directory to store anything you want, but
 this is not mandatory. The only thing that is needed is the  this is not mandatory. The only thing that is needed is the 
-~/​.vms/​vm1.sh script.+~/.vms/vm1/vm1.sh script.
  
-To show the configuration ​for the vm1 virtual machine, use this+To show the configuration ​of the vm1 virtual machine, use this
  
 <code bash> <code bash>
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 <code bash> <code bash>
 cd ~/.vms/vm1 cd ~/.vms/vm1
-qemu-img ​crete -f qcow2 disk0.img 20G+qemu-img ​create ​-f qcow2 disk0.img 20G
 vms conf vm1 disk0 '​~/​.vms/​vm1/​disk0.img'​ vms conf vm1 disk0 '​~/​.vms/​vm1/​disk0.img'​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 <code bash> <code bash>
-vms conf vm1 cdrom ~/​os/​slackware64-14.2-install-dvd.iso+vms conf vm1 bootcd ​~/​os/​slackware64-14.2-install-dvd.iso
 vms info vm1 vms info vm1
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 <code bash> <code bash>
-vms conf vm1 disk0 '"​$ISOS/​slackware64-14.2-install-dvd.iso"'​+vms conf vm1 bootcd ​'"​$ISOS/​slackware64-14.2-install-dvd.iso"'​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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   * Nikos Giotis   * Nikos Giotis
  
-{{tag>​vms qemu}} +<!-- Please do not modify anything below, except adding new tags.-->​ 
- +{{tag>howtos software emulator ​vms qemu}}
-https://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​emulators:​vms-HOW-TO+

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