Re: Upgrading from etch-m68k to unstable
if you want to test your upgrade process, I think it would be nice to
work in a chroot... and with qemu you can do that. It is not as mature
as aranym, but it is nice to play with it.
How to do ? Follow this:
create an etch-m68k system under /m68k using something like
sudo debootstrap --arch=m68k --foreign etch-m68k /m68k http://archive.debian.org/debian
then get my qemu m68k fork (based on the work of Andreas Schwab):
git clone git://gitorious.org/qemu-m68k/qemu-m68k.git
and build it:
./configure --target-list=m68k-linux-user --m68k-default-cpu=m68040 --static
sudo cp m68k-linux-user/qemu-m68K /m68k/usr/bin
sudo chroot /m68k
# uname -a
Linux aspire-one 2.6.38-10-generic #46-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jun 28 15:05:41 UTC 2011 m68k GNU/Linux
# mount none /proc -t proc
# ps -f
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
root 26492 9209 0 18:21 ? 00:00:00 sudo chroot /m68k
root 26493 26492 23 18:21 ? 00:00:05 /usr/bin/qemu-m68k /bin/bash -i
root 26521 26493 0 18:22 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/qemu-m68k /bin/ps -f
And for the fun, I've a little program computing the bogomips as the
kernel startup does and guessing the emulated Mhz:
(on a Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz)
I've no real internet access until mid of august, but I'll try to answer
to your questions, if any...
Le mercredi 27 juillet 2011 à 09:12 +0200, Ingo Jürgensmann a écrit :
> I'm in the progress of upgrading my Amigas from etch-m68k to unstable from debian-ports.org. With the great help from Thorsten Glaser I wrote up some kind of How-To on:
> Please feel free to comment on this How-To and give feedback about your upgrade experience, preferrably here on the list so that bugs and errors can be solved!
> Wouter already pointed yesterday to his build of debian-installer...
> Ciao... // Fon: 0381-2744150
> Ingo \X/ http://blog.windfluechter.net
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