Re: no networking in riscv-qemu... use pppd?
On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 11:36:05AM +0800, Paul Wise wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 10:27 AM, Michael Clark wrote:
> > RISCVEMU has Virtio Block, Net and Console. It’s an
> > interpreter so not as fast as QEMU.
> Anyone planning on packaging RISCVEMU or any of the other RISC-V
> specific software, like riscv-pk?
I had taken a look at RISCVEMU (2017-01-12) and contacted the
author regarding a number of licensing questions that need to be
sorted out before RISCVEMU could enter Debian (mostly lacking
author/license information for certain parts). The author told
me that he will address these issues in the next release.
> Would be interesting to have the ISA manual packaged :)
The (older) version that was published on the RISC-V website
unfortunately doesn't have a DFSG-free license. The license
situation has been sorted out in the meantime and the current
working draft is provided under a DFSG-free license (CC-BY 4.0).
It is work-in-progress though and undergoing significant changes,
so IMHO packaging it right now isn't that useful.
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