How to use QEMU
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CodeLongAndPros (1537)

How to emulate a x64, i386, or aarch64 computer

This is not a repl.it based tutorial, but it's related to some other topics like How a CPU works and How to make an operating system. QEMU will run on repl, but there's little CPU or RAM for it. I would use TC Linux if you have to have a go at it.

You'll first have to have QEMU installed.

Installation

I use Arch, so that's the only one that's correct.
If any of you replitors have a Ubuntu, Debain. Fedora, RHEL, CentOS, Gentoo, or SuSE system, tell me if it failed.

Arch Linux: sudo pacman -S qemu qemu-arch-extra
Debian/Ubuntu based: sudo apt install qemu qemu-kvm
Fedora dnf install @virtualization
Gentoo: emerge --ask app-emulation/qemu
SUSE: zypper install qemu
RHEL/CentOS: yum install qemu-kvm

For Mac users:

Homebrew: brew install qemu

Ports: sudo port install qemu

For Wandows users (Bleech):

Download and run this
No checksum for you!

Ok. now that you've got QEMU, let's fly!

Emulating a 64 bit system

Download the Manjaro XFCE iso, SHA1 checksum c44a2984aa2fada53c1db8c6b919b45152780489.

Create this directory structure:

qemu
└── manjaro

cd to qemu/manjaro

Let's make a 20Gb disk for manjaro:
qemu-img create -f qcow2 manjaro.img 20G

To break down the command:

qemu-img is the command, create is the verb, -f means format, qcow2 is the format, manjaro.img is the name of the file, and 20G is the size

Your qemu directory should look like this:

.qemu
└── manjaro
    └── manjaro.img

Now, move the manjaro ISO to qemu/manjaro and rename it to manjaro.iso

Now let's run qemu-system-x64_64 -m 2048 -net nic -net user -enable-kvm -hda manjaro.img -cdrom manjaro.iso -boot cda

To break it down:

  • m: Memory 2048M = 2G
  • net nic -net user: Enable networking
  • enable-kvm: Enable kvm
  • hda: set hard disk to manjaro.img
  • cdrom: set cd to manjaro.iso
  • boot: cda: set boot to:
    - Hard disk
    - CDROM
    - Floppy
    Now, let's run it.

You should see the grub screen:

After it loads, select 'Launch installer' and follow it through:

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There you go, you've got Manjaro Linux running on a x64 emulator!

You can swap qemu-system-x86_64 with qemu-system-{arch} for other archs.
For example:

  • qemu-system-i386
  • qemu-system-aarch64
  • qemu-system-sparc

To run an app compiled for aarch64, use qemu-aarch64 {program} to run it.

That's all, for now!

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minx28 (483)

@CodeLongAndPros the stolen code - I never said anything like that. I don't know where you get that from, and I don't think the code is stolen (at least not for the Minecraft game).
The IP logger - I didn't notice the code in index.html, only a link to a JS file which subtly linked to 2 more JS files which @teamviewselect identified as an IP logger. And even if it was not an IP logger, why would it be so heavily obfuscated? Furthermore, why does the site prevent use of inspect element?
Anyway, I emailed [email protected] about the account @lilpeen with all the information I have, including links to the obfuscated files as well as several other dodgy repls on the profile.