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Re: Does a netinst iso image exist for qemu RISC-V ?

John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <glaubitz@physik.fu-berlin.de> writes:

> On 08/07/2018 03:51 PM, Dennis Clarke wrote:
>> Given that there is no such thing as a "standard" platform for RISC-V
>> then it isn't really reasonable to worry about this. Yet. There is a
>> lot of talk about RISC-V and only a few companies have begun to really
>> fabricate some hobby type boards.  The sifive folks are one of them and
>> their hardware seems to be all that exists. However it is arduino type
>> stuff or maybe "test" level type of hardware.  So it may be another year
>> or more before an actual defacto common motherboard exists.
> Well, we could add support to debian-installer for the board type that
> is emulated by qemu-riscv-system. Since src:linux builds fine on riscv64,
> one of the most important pieces for d-i support is already in place.

A netinst image that worked on both this qemu flavor *and* the sifive
unleashed boards would be really useful.

I'm busy the rest of this week, but can probably help work on it later
this month.


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