Launch E:\GTM-PIP\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-0.9.0-windows (object: E:\GTM-PIP\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu.exe -kernel-kqemu -L . -m 512 -redir tcp:2222::22 -redir tcp:8280::8180 -redir tcp:10100::10000 -redir tcp:61012::61012 E:\GTM-PIP\PIP_V01\PIP_V01.qcow)
finished by infinite cycle:
hda: dma_timer_expiry: dma status == 0x24
hda: DMA interrupt recovery
hda: lost interrupt
What I need to do for normal work?
I work under Windows XP SP 2, 512 Mb RAM, Pentium-III CPU.
I don't know anything about PIP but the "hda: xxxx" look like errors from a Linux kernel complaining about the harddrive (hardware error). Not GTM or PIP related. This forum can get you some help with GTM issues but I'm sorry but there really isn't anything I can help with this. Check the logs on your Linux system to make sure you aren't developing a hardware issue. I assume there probably is a PIP related forum at the PIP sourceforge project.
I had a similar issue on my laptop and the command worked for me without the qualifiers -kernel-kqemu. Try the following command:
qemu -L . -m 512 -redir tcp:2222::22 -redir tcp:8280::8180 -redir tcp:10100::10000 -redir tcp:61012::61012 -redir tcp:20000::20000 -redir tcp:19111::19111 E:\GTM-PIP\PIP_V01\PIP_V01.qcow
Without "-kernel-kqemu" qualifier everything work fine.
Thank you very much!!!
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