what/where is .qemu.rc or equiv?

Posted on 2011-09-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Where is qemu configured at the user level?  I'm looking for the equivalent of something like qemu.rc or .qemurc...something similar.

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wesly_chen earned 250 total points
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is for vqemu.
Here is the sample  .qemurc

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So we have to use a shell wrapper like vqemu; there's not a 'native' config file?
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What kind of environment you need the configuration file? Regular shell (bash, csh)?
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For regular shell environment, you can use "alias" to do the same thing as $HOME/.qemurc.

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ok, can do that.  Can use vqemu as well.  I'm guessing since someone saw the need to write a wrapper means that the answer to my question is 'no, as designed and written, qemu does not look for a user-level config file' ?
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qemu not implement yet.

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I think the better answer would have been something like "there is no provision within qemu for per-user default options like is typically provided by something like a ~/.qemurc file.  Instead, you have to use something like vqemu...

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