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Try running, modified of course, the script below... maybe aqemu is just bugging out? Other than loading the kernel module... not sure what else would give that error.. esp as root so thinking it is just a catch all message for something in aqemu.
In the readme, it has several things you can enable when running the compile-
Would I run one at a time and upgrade the package after?
no, the options (variables that you pass to the bash script) must be specified all together, but just if you need them: I usually specify only VNC_ENABLE=yes because I use the vnc display (sometimes), I don't need all targets (x86, x86_64 and arm are enough for me) and the default group "users" it's what I want.
as I said, if you don't understand/need the options, stick with the default.