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[fedora-virt] Windows XP KVM can’t shutdown?

I have a similar problem. Cirrus was not reset on system reset, so resume worked as expected, but since then the bug was fixed commit 4abcd41ee01ae74ac17c1cdc5dc3 “Add cirrus reset handler”. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Hi all, I have also verified that I’m able to install and run WindowsXP from the kvm command line, with: The only way I can properly shutdown is to ssh into those guests and type the ‘shutdown -h now’ command.

Duplicates of this bug Bug Here we are going setup a server that serves over network to pxe clients a diskless debian. How to shrink qcow2 file.


Lautaro Bonetto’s case – same error here. BB code is On. May 4th, 2.

Rodney, Thanks a lot for your notes! Here are simple steps to disable ipv6 in Debian: If anyone can reproduce this problem on Jaunty, please reopen the bug. Gavin Hamill gdh wrote on I have installed kvm, loaded kvm-intel and enabled virtualisation in my bios. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. If you’d like to lvm content, let us know.

Nelson Kwai nelson-kwai wrote on I can confirm that Rodney’s solution does in fact work. The bug is in KVM after all, I found out that PAE is needed for bit kernels for supporting the NX flag, this makes things work perfectly with no added flags in the “server” variant of the kernel. Have you tried it with the -no-acpi flag?

Discussion View source History. Reporting this occur also in Windows after DX9. Don’t seem to have sound either. Hello All After alot of retries, I found the solution.


[SOLVED] How to install Windows XP with virt-manager

John Barley strange-cathect wrote on I don’t know for sure, but everytime I’ve seen that problem arise from a standard XP install, it’s been due to bad juju from your windows installer. After that the installation just totally buggy and I have never successfully preform a clean install.

The fix is in all relevant for us trees: I have also verified that I’m able to install and run WindowsXP from the kvm command line, with: S3 requires BIOS support. I’ve followed the following howto step by step:. Hety I haven’t tried is personally, but windkws an X11 forward via SSH give you the display from kvm even on a headless machine? Anonymous February 7, at 9: How to install Windows XP with virt-manager I’m having the same problem.