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Debian Squeeze and Wheezy kfreebsd-amd64 images for QEMU or KVM
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This directory contains Debian Squeeze and Wheezy amd64 images for QEMU or KVM:
  f8d0049294f168df03d0301d8b8a6a74  debian_squeeze_kfreebsd-amd64_standard.qcow2
  96eeaccd16bb91c0581b2aa9d9717a25  debian_wheezy_kfreebsd-amd64_desktop.qcow2
  9e0c352b41dcd367dcf02dd6c2616385  debian_wheezy_kfreebsd-amd64_standard.qcow2

All images are 25GiB images in QCOW2 format on which a Debian Squeeze or Wheezy
system has been installed. The standard images correspond to a "Standard system"
installation, while the desktop images correspond to a "Standard system" +
"Desktop environment" with Gnome, KDE and Xfce environments. On Wheezy the
original default desktop environment is Gnome and the default display manager is
GDM. These can not work in QEMU, as Gnome needs an accelerated graphics card,
which is not provided by QEMU. Moreover both Gnome and GDM need more than the
default 128MiB memory provided on QEMU. They have therefore been replaced
respectively by Xfce and LightDM on the Wheezy desktop image. Both Gnome and GDM
are still installed on the image, and the original default can be restored using
the following commands:
  - update-alternatives --auto x-session-manager
  - echo /usr/sbin/gdm3 > /etc/X11/default-display-manager
The other installation options are the following:
  - Keyboard:       US
  - Locale:         en_US
  - Mirror:         ftp.debian.org
  - Hostname:       debian-amd64
  - Root password:  root
  - User account:   user
  - User password:  user

To use these images, you need to install QEMU 1.1.0 (or later) or a recent KVM
version. Start QEMU or KVM with the image as argument:
  - qemu-system-x86_64 -hda debian_squeeze_kfreebsd-amd64_standard.qcow2
  - qemu-system-x86_64 -hda debian_wheezy_kfreebsd-amd64_standard.qcow2
  - qemu-system-x86_64 -hda debian_wheezy_kfreebsd-amd64_desktop.qcow2

When run on an amd64 host with hardware virtualization, and when the KVM module
is loaded and accessible to the user, it is possible to use the -enable-kvm
option to run the guest faster. By default QEMU emulates a machine with 128MiB
of RAM. The -m option increases or decreases the size of the RAM. If you don't
want to start QEMU in graphic mode, you can use the -curses option.

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