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 ====== Qemu Support in Slackware ARM ====== ====== Qemu Support in Slackware ARM ======
  
-This document describes the process of installing **Slackwarearm** inside of QEMU.+This document describes the process of installing **Slackware ARM** inside of QEMU.
  
   * QEMU is a full system emulator that can emulate a range of real hardware architectures. In this case we will use QEMU to emulate the ARM Ltd. "​Versatile Express"​ development board.   * QEMU is a full system emulator that can emulate a range of real hardware architectures. In this case we will use QEMU to emulate the ARM Ltd. "​Versatile Express"​ development board.
   * QEMU provides a platform to allow an operating system to believe that it is running on real hardware.   * QEMU provides a platform to allow an operating system to believe that it is running on real hardware.
-  * QEMU runs on your Intel-based ​Slackware PC/server ​(in most cases this will be a desktop machine, ​but it is possible to run QEMU on a headless server and use VNC for graphics).+  * QEMU runs on your Slackware PC or server.  In most cases this will be a desktop machine.  However, it is possible to run QEMU on a headless server and use VNC for graphics.
  
 ===== Who is Slackware ARM in QEMU aimed at? ===== ===== Who is Slackware ARM in QEMU aimed at? =====
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 <​code>​ <​code>​
 # chmod +x /​etc/​rc.d/​{rc.rpc,​rc.nfsd} # chmod +x /​etc/​rc.d/​{rc.rpc,​rc.nfsd}
-# /​etc/​rc.d/​rc.nfsd+# /​etc/​rc.d/​rc.nfsd ​start
 # exportfs -va # exportfs -va
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 ===== Boot Slackware ARM with QEMU ===== ===== Boot Slackware ARM with QEMU =====
  
-**Work in Progress** +Congratulations for making it this far!  The next step is booting into your fresh installation of Slackware ARM.  Locate the **disk_launch** helper script in /​export/​armhost and modify it to fit your needs.
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-For making it this far, congratulations!  The next step is booting into your fresh installation of Slackwarearm-current.  Locate the **disk_launch** helper script in /​export/​armhost and modify it to fit your needs.+
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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   * **NETTYPE** - network configuration,​ NAT mode or bridged mode   * **NETTYPE** - network configuration,​ NAT mode or bridged mode
  
-The **disk_launch** script can be found online, [[http://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​boardsupport/​qemu/​slackwarearm-current/​helper-scripts/​disk_launch|here]].+The **disk_launch** script ​for Slackwarearm-current ​can be found online, [[http://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​boardsupport/​qemu/​slackwarearm-current/​helper-scripts/​disk_launch|here]].
  
 The first boot will take quite a while. ​ This is due to the fact that Slackware will generate the font cache for the first time.  Start up QEMU by executing the disk_launch script. The first boot will take quite a while. ​ This is due to the fact that Slackware will generate the font cache for the first time.  Start up QEMU by executing the disk_launch script.
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 +Assuming all is well, you can begin using Slackware ARM just as you would any other Slackware installation.
 ===== Slackware ARM Graphical User Interface ===== ===== Slackware ARM Graphical User Interface =====
  

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