Part V. Virtualization and emulation

Table of Contents

30. Using virtualization: QEMU and NVMM
30.1. Enabling the NetBSD Virtual Machine Monitor
30.2. Using QEMU with NVMM
30.2.1. Starting QEMU with acceleration
30.2.2. Creating a virtual disk
30.2.3. Adding entropy to the guest
30.2.4. Using networking
30.2.5. Using audio
30.2.6. Using graphics (or no graphics)
30.3. Configuring bridged networking on a NetBSD host
30.4. Notes on using NetBSD as a guest
30.4.1. Unclean VM shutdown, data recovery, and fsck
30.4.2. NetBSD VMs lacking IPv6
30.4.3. Smooth audio playback and latency in VMs
30.4.4. Changing the console resolution in an x86 VM
31. Linux emulation
31.1. Emulation setup
31.1.1. Configuring the kernel
31.1.2. Installing the Linux libraries
31.1.3. Running Linux programs
31.2. Directory structure
31.3. Using Linux browser plugins
31.4. Further reading