On 19/01/2008, 赵经纬 <address@hidden> wrote:
> I want run gpe-image on qemuarm. and I have got a gpe-image through openembedded,like this:
> address@hidden:~/stuff$ bitbake gpe-image
> NOTE: Handling BitBake files: - (5018/5018) [100 %]
> NOTE: Parsing finished. 4783 cached, 0 parsed, 235 skipped, 0 masked.
> NOTE: build 200801181833: started
> OE Build Configuration:
> BB_VERSION = "1.89"
> OE_REVISION = "6c8738ab25503f1d21271ec5f6abc99991950ace"
> TARGET_ARCH = "arm"
> TARGET_OS = "linux-gnueabi"
> MACHINE = "qemuarm"
> DISTRO = "angstrom"
AFAIK the "qemuarm" machine is an alias for verstilepb in OE. So just
use the versatilepb and pass the rootfs image as -hda (if I remember
ok). You might want to have a look at the poky-linux scripts to run
qemu with OE-built images (see pokylinux.org). Poky uses a modified OE
with facilities to run it in qemu.
Beside "verstilepb", you can also run GPE under the "cheetah" machine
and "spitz" and "akita".
(this is GPE on cheetah:http://www.numenor.art.pl/balrog/palmte/gpe-system-emulator.jpeg
pass the rootfs image as -hda will cause "booting from hardisk",and for a long time it doesn't work.
The website give me a hit:qemu gpe-image-qemuarm.jffs2 -m 128 -mtdblock -kernel zImage-qemuarm.bin -no-kqemu -usb