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ppc-osx-on-qemu-for-osx [2018/02/17 03:06]
cat_7 [Networking]
ppc-osx-on-qemu-for-osx [2018/06/20 12:01] (current)
cat_7 [Qemu installation]
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   cd "​$(dirname "​$0"​)"​   cd "​$(dirname "​$0"​)"​
   ​   ​
-  qemu-system-ppc -boot d -M mac99 -m 512 -prom-env '​auto-boot?​=true'​ -prom-env  +  qemu-system-ppc ​-L pc-bios ​-boot d -M mac99,​via=pmu ​-m 512 -prom-env '​auto-boot?​=true'​ -prom-env  
-  '​boot-args=-v'​ -prom-env '​vga-ndrv?​=true'​ -drive file=MacOS9.2.iso,​format=raw,​media=cdrom -drive file=MacOS9.2.img,​format=raw,​media=disk ​-device usb-mouse -device usb-kbd ​-netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01+  '​boot-args=-v'​ -prom-env '​vga-ndrv?​=true'​ -drive file=MacOS9.2.iso,​format=raw,​media=cdrom -drive file=MacOS9.2.img,​format=raw,​media=disk -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01
  
   * Save qemu.command and make it executable:   * Save qemu.command and make it executable:
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 cd "​$(dirname "​$0"​)"​ set the path for the executable to current folder\\ cd "​$(dirname "​$0"​)"​ set the path for the executable to current folder\\
 qemu-system-ppc starts qemu with all the following as parameters:​\\ qemu-system-ppc starts qemu with all the following as parameters:​\\
 +-L pc-bios points qemu to some required files, including openbios-ppc and the vga driver qemu_vga.ndrv. \\
 -boot d defines to boot from a drive entry marked as a cdrom, “-boot c” would define to boot from a drive entry marked as disk.\\ -boot d defines to boot from a drive entry marked as a cdrom, “-boot c” would define to boot from a drive entry marked as disk.\\
--M mac99 defines the mac model used.\\+-M mac99,​via=pmu ​defines the mac model used (*).\\
 -m 512 defines the amount of memory (in Mb) for OS9/OSX.\\ -m 512 defines the amount of memory (in Mb) for OS9/OSX.\\
 -prom-env '​auto-boot?​=true'​ -prom-env '​boot-args=-v'​ define boot parameters for openbios and Mac OSX. The “-v” makes the boot process verbose\\ -prom-env '​auto-boot?​=true'​ -prom-env '​boot-args=-v'​ define boot parameters for openbios and Mac OSX. The “-v” makes the boot process verbose\\
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 -drive file=MacOS9.2.iso,​format=raw,​media=cdrom defines the name, location, format, and type of a cdrom image file to be used\\ -drive file=MacOS9.2.iso,​format=raw,​media=cdrom defines the name, location, format, and type of a cdrom image file to be used\\
 -drive file=MacOS9.2.img,​format=raw,​media=disk defines the name, location, format, and type of a hard disk image file to be used\\ -drive file=MacOS9.2.img,​format=raw,​media=disk defines the name, location, format, and type of a hard disk image file to be used\\
--device usb-mouse and -device usb-kbd make Qemu present an usb mouse and usb keyboard to the emulated system\\ 
 -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01 tells qemu to use the sungem network device on a qemu-internal DHCP server\\ -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01 tells qemu to use the sungem network device on a qemu-internal DHCP server\\
 +
 +(*)The mac model entry accepts 3 options for the via parameter: \\
 +mac99,​via=pmu (this is default, supporting usb mouse and keyboard)\\
 +mac99,​via=pmu-adb (this allows some older Mac OS/Mac OS server builds to use a keyboard and mouse through the adb bus)\\
 +mac99,​via=cuda (this allow use of the older, now less supported cuda) \\
  
   * Double-click qemu.command. This starts Qemu and boots the MacOS9.2.iso installation CD image.   * Double-click qemu.command. This starts Qemu and boots the MacOS9.2.iso installation CD image.
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 To install Mac OS, you first need to partition the hard disk, so after you booted from the CD go into the "​Utilities"​ folder and start the "Drive Setup" program. Select the entry "<​not initialized>"​ and click "​Initialize"​ and again in the next window. After initialization has finished and a disk icon has appeared on the desktop, quit the program. \\ To install Mac OS, you first need to partition the hard disk, so after you booted from the CD go into the "​Utilities"​ folder and start the "Drive Setup" program. Select the entry "<​not initialized>"​ and click "​Initialize"​ and again in the next window. After initialization has finished and a disk icon has appeared on the desktop, quit the program. \\
-You can then start the installation of Mac OS. Shut down Mac OS after the installation has finished.+You can then start the installation of Mac OS. Shut down Mac OS after the installation has finished.\\ 
 +Please note that the initialization step has to be repeated for any NEW disk added to Mac OS.
    
 ==== Booting the installed Mac OS ==== ==== Booting the installed Mac OS ====
-To boot the installed Mac OS, you need to edit the qemu.command file: Change the "-boot d" argument to "-boot c"​. ​If you have no need for the cd rom disk to be available, you can remove the entry from the command line. Otherwise reverse ​the order in which your disk and cd rom entry are listed in qemu.command. ​When booting with "-boot c", make sure your hard disk image file is listed first. Save the file. Double-click qemu.command and Mac OS will boot from the hard disk. \\+To boot the installed Mac OS, you need to edit the qemu.command file: \\ 
 + 
 +  * Change the "-boot d" argument to "-boot c"​. ​ 
 +  * Reverse ​the order in which your disk and cd rom entry are listed in qemu.command. ​ 
 + 
 +So, when booting with "-boot c", make sure your hard disk image file is listed first. If you have no need for the cd rom disk to be available, you can remove the entry from the command line. Save the file. Double-click qemu.command and Mac OS will boot from the hard disk. \\
  
 Done. Done.
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   * -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01 ​   * -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01 ​
  
-=== Bridging a tap device ===+=== Bridging a tap device ​manually===
  
 For OSX Mountain Lion and above, supporting network bridging: install tuntaposx and add the first line to your qemu command line, run qemu with sudo, and execute the other lines in another terminal window: For OSX Mountain Lion and above, supporting network bridging: install tuntaposx and add the first line to your qemu command line, run qemu with sudo, and execute the other lines in another terminal window:
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   * sudo ifconfig bridge0 addm tap0   * sudo ifconfig bridge0 addm tap0
   * sudo ifconfig bridge0 up   * sudo ifconfig bridge0 up
 +
 +=== Bridging a tap device: the easy way ===
 +
 +Create a network bridge in your OSX host network settings and add your network device to the bridge. Install tuntaposx.
 +
 +Change the script with which you boot qemu:
 +  * remove: -netdev user,​id=network0
 +  * add: -netdev tap,​id=network0,​script=./​tap-scripts/​tap-up.txt,​downscript=./​tap-scripts/​tap-down.txt
 +
 +Save the boot script and run it as root.\\
 +If you want, you can leave the bridge intact after you quit Qemu, so it is already available next time you run Qemu with tap networking.\\
 +
  
 === Running two qemu instances with networking=== === Running two qemu instances with networking===
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 and make sure you add a different mac address to the second instance: and make sure you add a different mac address to the second instance:
   * -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01,​mac=52:​54:​00:​12:​34:​66   * -netdev user,​id=network01 -device sungem,​netdev=network01,​mac=52:​54:​00:​12:​34:​66
-Please note that adding a mac address to the network device leads to the discovery of a new network card in OSX. You need to configure that card through the network preferences.+Please note that adding a mac address ​other than the default ​to the network device leads to the discovery of a new network card in OSX. You need to configure that card through the network preferences.
  
 ==== Creating new disk image in OSX with DiskUtility ==== ==== Creating new disk image in OSX with DiskUtility ====
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 You can download some of these experimental builds from our forum: http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=34&​t=8848&​p=52102#​p52102 You can download some of these experimental builds from our forum: http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=34&​t=8848&​p=52102#​p52102
 +
 +
 +==== Various utilities ====
 +
 +=== Script to prepare a hard disk image for use with OSX Server 1.2v3 or Developer preview 2. === 
 +
 +  * Remove the # in front of the desired disksize:\\
 +
 +#!/bin/sh \\
 +
 +TARGET_IMAGE=Mac_OS_X_Server_1.0-4G.img \\
 +
 +#1G \\
 +DISKSIZE_IN_BLOCKS=2097152 \\
 +
 +#2G \\
 +#​DISKSIZE_IN_BLOCKS=4194304\\
 +
 +#4G \\
 +#​DISKSIZE_IN_BLOCKS=8388608 \\
 +
 +PRIMARY_PARTITIONSIZE_IN_BLOCKS=`expr $DISKSIZE_IN_BLOCKS - 512 - 16384 - 64` \\
 +
 +echo $PRIMARY_PARTITIONSIZE_IN_BLOCKS \\
 +
 +pdisk $TARGET_IMAGE -initialize \\
 +pdisk $TARGET_IMAGE -createPartition MOSX_OF3_Booter Apple_HFS 64 16384 \\
 +pdisk $TARGET_IMAGE -createPartition SecondaryLoader Apple_Loader 16448 512 \\
 +pdisk $TARGET_IMAGE -createPartition "​0x000001FF 0x0008 0x00" Apple_Rhapsody_Inst 16960 $PRIMARY_PARTITIONSIZE_IN_BLOCKS \\
 +
 +\\
 +
  
  
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