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Old 11-03-2010, 07:12 PM   #1
bulls_i3
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QEMU output through minicom


I'm booting a kernel through KVM/QEMU, and I would like to view the output with minicom (vnc/sdl don't allow scrolling, cut/paste etc).

I have no idea how to do this. The kvm man file says it can redirect output to a specified "chardev", including tty and pts.

I've tried:
-chardev tty,id=dummy,path=/dev/ttyS0

but minicom didn't display any output when I set "port /dev/ttyS0" in my .minirc.dfl. This COULD be because of erroneous minicom settings (baud rate, stop bits, etc).

Anyone have any experience setting this up?

(PS I know my kernel boots, because the output is fine when I connect via vnc)
 
  


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