I have the same problem as heartattack888. i have downloaded the olive image and tested this using GNS3 on windows 7 and this works fine, i.e. i can start one instance of juniper router using the olive image. In windows 7 in GNS3 when i right click on the JUNOS1 router and select start, i get a qemu window that shows me the booting status of the router and it tells me the router is booted and provides a command prompt to login.
Since there limitation of one olive router under windows due to qemu bug, i switched to linux, i.e. Kubuntu 10.04. I downloaded same version of GNS3 for linux and did untar and ran GNS3 under kubuntu.
I followed the same procedure to configure GNS3 and selected the same olive-img and than right clicked on JUNOS1 router in GNS3 and selected start. Under linux i do not get any qemu window and i get no status of if router is booting or not. In GNS3 console window when i run =>list, it tells me router is running. Question how to i get a qemu console window that shows me the status of router booting in kubuntu. I did change the terminal settings to use kde console in GNS3.
Can someone please help......
Please how do i run olive in GNS3 in linux......Please help....Can someone provide step by step instructions....
when I start Juniper a qemu window appears for each started instance of Juniper. I can't watch a status of booting process in this qemu window.In the end of boot I can see a login prompt and it allows me to log in to Juniper.
If you desire to see status of booting process, do a right click on Juniper and choose Console during a boot. Another window appears in which you can see entire boot process in kde konsole.
I attached my terminal setting of GNS3.