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"-user -net" is important to have internet access within your new system. "-m 196" is the Set virtual RAM size (megabytes), default is 128 MB, I chose 196.
User mode emulation (Linux host only). In this mode, QEMU can launch Linux processes compiled for one CPU on another CPU.
Type, in the proper directory
To get kernel output dumped to a file outside the virtual system, add e.g. "-serial file:/tmp/qemu-output.log" to the qemu command line. When booting the virtual system, add "console=ttyS0" to the kernel boot parameters.
To discover the qemu commands that are installed perform the following:
This output is particularly helpful if you are having trouble booting the system, in which case you may also wish to remove "rhgb" and "quiet" from the kernel boot parameters.
The install may take some time. After the install, qemu will try to boot the new OS itself. Maybe this may fail (was the case for me) - but don't worry. If that happens: just close the qemu window and type the following command into your konsole to launch your new OS:
Testing ISO Images
QEMU virtual machine installation
QEMU is a very flexible virtualization technology however it is quite slow and it is recommended that you understand and evaluate alternative solutions before picking this one. Refer to https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Getting_started_with_virtualization[Getting started with virtualization]
QEMU is available on Fedora repository. It can be installed by using https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/dnf[DNF]:
QEMU is a generic and open source processor emulator which achieves a good emulation speed by using dynamic translation.
QEMU has two operating modes:
QEMU commands since F?+
Of course you are not obliged to take 5GB.
Of course, this does not apply to "qemu-img".