Networking Support in VirtualBox
cgrothrock at ...9...
Thu Jul 6 22:10:17 CEST 2017
I am running through a VM (Ubuntu Linux 16.04 in VirtualBox). I was unable
to get my laptop with a serial port to work, it looks like it died so to
obtain serial logs, I launched my compile through this VM using the QEMU
module. The hardware this VM is on is anything but old - it's an 8 core
Intel on an Alienware R4 laptop. I have 4 cores, 8 GB memory and 128 MB
video RAM allocated to the VM with all virtualization support enabled. I
am guessing that running this build through a VM will not work, which
leaves me back at my starting point - I have no means of obtaining serial
log data from a hardware boot.
On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 4:00 PM, Alexander Boettcher <
alexander.boettcher at ...1...> wrote:
> On 06.07.2017 21:40, Chris Rothrock wrote:
> > Scratch that, I found the issue with this specific error (I had in the
> > virtualbox.run recipe the nic_drv and nic_bridge commented out for
> > troubleshooting). I have enabled these again and now have new errors
> > listed below. The entire serial output listed below:
> > NOVA Microhypervisor v7-8bcd6fc (x86_64): Jun 6 2017 12:07:06 [gcc
> > [ 0] TSC:2637247 kHz BUS:1017434 kHz
> > [ 0] CORE:0:0:0 6:f:b:0  Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7700 @
> > Hypervisor reports 1x1 CPU
> > Warning: CPU has no invariant TSC.
> > CPU ID (genode->kernel:package:core:thread) remapping
> > remap (0->0:0:0:0) boot cpu
> You either running in a VM (looks bit like Qemu as VMM? [on XEN ?]) or
> your CPU is really old, not to say odd. The invariant TSC is suspicious.
> Only 1 CPU is more suspicious. According to Intel  it has 2 cores and
> has hardware virtualization support (Vt-x).
> > [init -> vbox1] Warning: No virtualization hardware acceleration
> > [init -> vbox2] Warning: No virtualization hardware acceleration
> Your CPU has no hardware support for virtualization. You either are not
> running on real hardware or the feature is not turned on in your BIOS
> (which sometimes is disabled by default by the PC vendors.)
> Alexander Boettcher
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