I am experimenting with NetBSD and seeing if I can get the Fenrir screenreader to run on it. However, I hit a snag post install; the console that I was using for the installation was working perfectly fine, however it stopped working alltogether once I completed the install. For reference, here is the line I used for virt-install:
virt-install --connect qemu:///system -n netbsd-testing \ --ram 4096 --vcpus=8 \ --cpu=host \ -c /home/sektor/Downloads/boot-com.iso \ --os-type=netbsd --os-variant=netbsd8.0 \ --disk=pool=devel,size=100,format=qcow2 \ -w network=default --nographics
When it asked me for the type of terminal I was using (this being the NetBSD install program), I accepted the default which was VT200. As I recall, I told it to use the BIOS for booting, and not any of the comm serial ports. Has anyone had any further experience with using no graphics on a Libvirt virtualized machine, and have any points as to how to get a working console?