So, yes, I need a windows OS because … whatever.
I’ve installed it on my 9.04 ubuntu and it’s pretty much the same.
So I copied the files form a friend and when I would like to turn the virtual machine on I found myself with this error:
“Failed to initialize monitor device” (in a very nice interface)
This is because when compiling my modules something give me an error, and I just gone on.
It will maintain your configuration and your serial number, it’s just a couple of minutes.
And Ale-Hop, it’s working smoothly.
And what will happen when we reboot the system. MMM, good point.
So we don’t need kvm_intel any more and to prevent the kernel from loading it we will create a file like /etc/modprove.d/blacklist-kvm.conf with one line “blacklist kvm_intel”.
Now it’s done, it will not load again.