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malik
yesterday i tried poky x86 emulation with qemu and after that angstrom x86
emulation. i have some questions:

* the mouse does not work in both cases, any hints?

* i can create my own ext2 image on a x86 machine, extract all the files i may need,
feeds etc. install them and it will work? how much the different distros have in
common, i.e. what would a (not) stable run tell me about an installation on my spitz
machine?

*for what ist qemu-arm good? it emulates an arm machine, but i thought it would
only run some applications and some years ago it was really complicated to work
with it. where can i find more about starting/booting parameters to run the
angstrom qemu-arm images?

*is there some documentation concerning this thread?

malik

p.s. dont hurt me when i post my questions in this forum and not a mailing list.
GNUtoo
QUOTE(malik @ Aug 7 2007, 10:04 AM) *
yesterday i tried poky x86 emulation with qemu and after that angstrom x86
emulation. i have some questions:

* the mouse does not work in both cases, any hints?

try to add -usb -usbdevice wacom-tablet and don't forget to add -show-cursor

but i had problems with qemu too:
under open embedded qemu-native(recompiled sdl in order to make it work):
-poky linux works fine
-qpe doesn't work under angstrom:i can click on the cross of the calibration screen(when i click it does nothing)

QUOTE(malik @ Aug 7 2007, 10:04 AM) *
*for what ist qemu-arm good? it emulates an arm machine, but i thought it would
only run some applications and some years ago it was really complicated to work
with it. where can i find more about starting/booting parameters to run the
angstrom qemu-arm images?

it's used by the compilation process of open embedded:
it runs what is needed such as try_run in the autotools...
koen
QUOTE(GNUtoo @ Feb 2 2008, 04:20 PM) *
QUOTE(malik @ Aug 7 2007, 10:04 AM) *
*for what ist qemu-arm good? it emulates an arm machine, but i thought it would
only run some applications and some years ago it was really complicated to work
with it. where can i find more about starting/booting parameters to run the
angstrom qemu-arm images?

it's used by the compilation process of open embedded:
it runs what is needed such as try_run in the autotools...


You're very, very, very wrong! OE uses site files for AC_TRY_RUN, not qemu.
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