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 We always can setup our environment in two ways First I would like to describe automatic way where user can use wonderful application anita which can do unattended NetBSD installations. Later we will show how to do this installation manually.  We always can setup our environment in two ways First I would like to describe automatic way where user can use wonderful application anita which can do unattended NetBSD installations. Later we will show how to do this installation manually.
   
 ### Automatic Environemnt Setup  ### Automatic Environment Setup
   
 #### Prerequsities  #### Prerequisites
   
 You need the follwoing prerequisites from pkgsrc:  You need the follwoing prerequisites from pkgsrc:
   
 * emulators/qemu >= 0.15.1nb5  * emulators/qemu >= 0.15.1nb5
 * misc/py-anita  * misc/py-anita
   
 #### System build/instalaltion  #### System build/installation
   
 Build a full -current/i386 release with debug symbols using build.sh.  Build a full -current/i386 release with debug symbols using build.sh.
 Use something like "build.sh -V COPTS=-g release"; you  Use something like "build.sh -V COPTS=-g release"; you
Line 41  directory of the release you just built. Line 41  directory of the release you just built.
   
 ### Manual Environment Setup  ### Manual Environment Setup
   
   If you did the installation using anita, skip to "Booting VMs below".  Otherwise...
   
 #### Creating the raw disk image  #### Creating the raw disk image
   
 To start our VM, we need some disk space to provide an emulated hard drive. For QEMU, by default, this is done through raw disk images. Therefore, the first step will be the creation of a disk image file. Here, we create a 2GB file, filled with zeros:  To start our VM, we need some disk space to provide an emulated hard drive. For QEMU, by default, this is done through raw disk images. Therefore, the first step will be the creation of a disk image file. Here, we create a 2GB file, filled with zeros:

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