qemu: could not open disk image /tmp/c.img that was created by
eculp at encontacto.net
Fri Jun 6 02:49:00 UTC 2008
Quoting Juergen Lock <nox at jelal.kn-bremen.de>:
> In article <20080604122407.188217sdanmlq37k at intranet.encontacto.net>
> you write:
>> I'm running amd64 current-8 and am up to date on most everything.
>> I'm trying to give qemu a try and am using the quick start on the qemu
>> site, step by step and got all the way to the second step ;)
>> # qemu-img create -f qcow c.img 3G
>> Formatting 'c.img', fmt=qcow, size=3145728 kB
>> # qemu -cdrom /dev/acd0 -hda /tmp/c.img -m 256 -boot d
>> qemu: could not open disk image /tmp/c.img
>> acd0 was an unmounted windowsXP installation CD.
>> Should the procedure be changed for FreeBSD, I obviously assumed not?
> Hmm, seems the CVE 2008-0928 security patch broke qcow, or at least
> new qcow images. qcow is also deprecated tho, you can just use qcow2
Bakul Shah suggested qcow2 yesterday and I was able to bring up xp
without problems. Now I just need to figure out the network and I'll
be in business.
Thanks a lot for your help,
> instead which still works. Or use raw images which should still be
> faster, only they are sparse files which some backup software like
> bsdtar doesn't know how to deal with properly. (dump still works tho,
> as should gtar or star when passed appropriate flags.)
> I just checked, seems that patch also has been backed out from qemu svn
> but no replacement committed since. Hmm...
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