I have installed minix 3 over a virtual machine QEMU on fedora
Now I want to share files b/w linux and minix. How can I accomplish
I explored few methods. I don't know how to configure.
I have tried NFS and SSH. I thinks I have to configure something in
QEMU. How to do that.
> I have installed minix 3 over a virtual machine QEMU on fedora[color=blue]
> Now I want to share files b/w linux and minix. How can I accomplish
> I explored few methods. I don't know how to configure.
> I have tried NFS and SSH. I thinks I have to configure something in
> QEMU. How to do that.[/color]
ISTM you probably have no need for the security features of SSH, so FTP
might be a simpler solution. Install an FTP server either on your Linux
machine or on the Minix VM. To do the latter simply rename
/etc/rc.daemons.dist to /etc/rc.daemons and reboot.
Unfortulately FTP will of course use a second port for data transfer.
Qemu has two network emulation modes: user mode and TAP. The former
acts as if the VM is behind a NAT, which is no good for FTP (at least,
i haven't gotten it to work this way).
The latter should work, as the machine is fully adopted into your LAN
with no NAT. I have no experience with this on Linux, but Google can be
your friend. The description is here:
With kind regards,
Erik van der Kouwe