- OS: Manjaro XFCE x86_64
- App: virt-manager
- OS: Manjaro ARM minimal
- Hypervisor: QEMU TCG
- Architecture: aarch64
- Emulator: /usr/bin/qemu-system-aarch64
- Machine Type: virt-7.1
- Firmware: /usr/share/edk2-armvirt/aarch64/QEMU_CODE.fd
As one can see, I’m trying to run an Manjaro-ARM-minimal VM on my XFCE machine. My ultimate goal is to create a Vagrant box out of it using packer, which the immediately runs manjaro-arm-installer. I’ve had bad experiences with manjaro-arm-installer when accidentally choosing the main device of my host computer. I have already achieved creating a Vagrant box before, but then Manjaro-minimal wasn’t ARM-only.
But first, I just want it to see it run as a VM before I jump on the packer issues.
So I created a new VM using virt-machine, using the local downloaded ISO from the manjaro download page with aarch64 architecture and machine type virt-7.1 (or just virt, either way, the result is the same). The rest of the options are default.
I also have the options set on loading the CD-ROM ISO file first.
And this is what I get when starting it up:
I’ve tried the following to boot the VM.
blk0: edit startup.nsh
Unfortunately, this only results into:
edit: Invalid File Name or Current--working-directory Shell>
Not exactly what I was hoping for and the same goes for blk1: and blk2:.
My question is whether or not I can boot the virtual hard disk and how.