I see in youtube videos and the QEMU wiki to put in the exact command of a folder that I don’t have as a user nor the root user and that is for the UEFI to work which I need for my GPU (I believe). And I’m not even sure I’ve gotten the VFIO setup right yet so I’m going to make another topic for that.
In the meantime I want to get the UEFI option in virt manager to be visible but the commands aren’t giving me the correct path, and the files don’t match up at all!
so for the nvram =[
"/usr/share/ovmf I don’t have that folder. It’s named “ovmf-x86_64” and it doesn’t contain the following stuff:
(finishing the first part of the command)
/ovmf/x64 < that doesn’t exist either /OVMF_CODE.fd:/usr/share/ovmf/x64/OVMF_VARS.fd"]
So here’s a printout of the
ls command for each of those folders
And before that: here’s my current (not saved yet) config file
nvram = [
The backend to use for handling stdout/stderr output from
[email protected]:/usr/share> ls ov*
As you can tell I created this many times because the interface is trash, I can’t figure out how to modify an already created VM, so there you go.
So what directory do I go to to get the following command to work:
nvram = [ # "/usr/share/qemu/ovmf-x86_64-ms-4m-code.bin:/usr/share/qemu/ovmf-x86_64-ms-4m-var$ # "/usr/share/qemu/ovmf-x86_64-ms-code.bin:/usr/share/qemu/ovmf-x86_64-ms-vars.bin", ]
Has this file given me the correct directory? Is the top line the one I uncomment? I don’t want to keep on creating VMs and having to delete them as it’s taking up space and I have to manually delete each one in multiple directories or find them with a disk usage program.