Re: qemu-friendly flavour of the ARM kernel
Wookey a écrit :
> On 2006-12-13 14:04 +0100, Sam Hocevar wrote:
>> Hi there.
>> As of now, no official ARM flavour can run in qemu, which prevents
>> us from using what could be an extremely cheap and easy to deploy
>> development platform. Qemu however supports the versatile platform, and
>> adding a kernel for it to the archive is just, as far as I understand, a
>> matter of uncommenting that flavour. Is it too late for that?
> Almost certainly for etch, I suspect.
> Good idea though. I suggest modifying the kernel package and checking
> it builds and works with QEMU, then file a patch.
I am building such a kernel for some time , and even if my last build
is a bit outdated compared to the version in unstable, I can say it
works correctly with QEMU.
The patch is actually trivial (see attached file), as everything is
already in the package.
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