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en:public:running_in_qemu [2020/06/07 21:54]
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 ====== Running Turris OS 3 inside QEMU ====== ====== Running Turris OS 3 inside QEMU ======
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 +If you want to run unmodified TOS or TOS4/TOS5, check out https://​github.com/​jose1711/​qemu_turrisos
  
 The goal of this guide is to show how you can run (slightly modified) clone of your existing installation of Turris OS (TOS) inside QEMU emulator. This may serve as a platform for testing upgrades before you do it on your production router etc. Of course one cannot expect full feature set as QEMU is unable to emulate all the features of hardware or for instance connected USB devices. In order to make things easier we'll only use two network interfaces: The goal of this guide is to show how you can run (slightly modified) clone of your existing installation of Turris OS (TOS) inside QEMU emulator. This may serve as a platform for testing upgrades before you do it on your production router etc. Of course one cannot expect full feature set as QEMU is unable to emulate all the features of hardware or for instance connected USB devices. In order to make things easier we'll only use two network interfaces: