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Old 07-06-2005, 09:06 AM   #1
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I just installed Qemu, so as to run NetBSD, Windows XP... each of them works great when used with the user-net option. But, what I wanted to do was to set up a whole virtual subnet, so as to test high availability, 802.1X/Radius and such... so I must forget using the user-net option.
So far, I've been looking on Internet before posting, and found out about VDE, which should be exactly what I need. I downloaded it from sourceforge, untarred it but cannot make the configure work !!
so here is what I did (as root):
tar -xvzf vde-1.5.9.tar.gz
cd vde-1.5.9
-su: ./configure: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
then I read the README, INSTALL... which didn't help me much.
then I checked that I had a /bin/sh... and I've got one of course: it's a link to bash.

so I'm a bit stonned, as even though I thought that the install wouldn't be so easy, here I can even not execute the configure script... much less look for the right configuration options I need!

So, any idea's welcome!


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