Re: qemu/Scratchbox ideas
On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 17:02, Peter Naulls wrote:
> In message <email@example.com>
> Justin Cormack <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The only problem is compile speeds, as emulating gcc is going to be slow
> > (how slow is it?). The obvious answer is to install distcc becasue that
> > enables you to use cross compilers anyway on the remote machine(s).
> That is a good point.
> > Have you made a chrootable executable on 386 arm distro?
> I'm not sure what you're asking here - perhaps some punctionation will
> help? :-)
> If you mean, have I made an ARM chroot - yes, I have. This is quite
> easy if you use debootstrap on Debian. And in fact, the chroot that
> Scratchbox constructs is more than sufficient for experimentation.
sorry. Of course any old arm installation should be fine. I mean have
you set up the stuff to get it to run under qemu (or is there a simple
howto somewhere - I havent ever used this binfmt_misc stuff).