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$ ls /usr/bin/qemu-*
$ qemu -cdrom /dev/cdrom -hda fedora.qcow -boot d -net nic -net user -m 196 -rtc base=localtime
$qemu fedora.qcow -boot c -net nic -net user -m 196 -rtc base=localtime
$ qemu-img create fedora.qcow 5G
$ qemu -m 512M -cdrom <isoname>.iso
$ su -c "dnf install qemu"
Create the virtual image for the system:
Full system emulation. In this mode, QEMU emulates a full system (for example a PC), including a processor and various peripherials. It can be used to launch different Operating Systems without rebooting the PC or to debug system code.
How to use QEMU
In the following examples where "qemu" is, substitute your command for executing qemu. E.g.
Note: Even if you take 10GB this does NOT mean that the image does really HAVE the size of 10GB. It just means that your new system is limited up to 10GB - if the new system takes only 1,2 GB also the image will only be at 1,2GB.
Now let's install the OS. Put in the install CD and type into your konsole (all in one line without break):
Of course, this does not apply to "qemu-img".
Of course you are not obliged to take 5GB.
QEMU commands since F?+
QEMU has two operating modes: