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Re: [Qemu-devel] qemu working openbsd/sparc64 yet?

From: Vivek Ayer
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] qemu working openbsd/sparc64 yet?
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 15:17:56 -0700

okay i guess it doesn't build the x86_64 target either. So looks like
I'm stuck with SPARC/Solaris. Can't even install Linux on the SPARC
emulator because MATLAB wouldn't install.


On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 2:29 PM, Vivek Ayer <address@hidden> wrote:
> Wait, does openbsd/sparc64 build x86_64 fine? That would be better
> than sparc and sparc64.
> Vivek
> On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Vivek Ayer <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Wait...I'm confused. The i386 emulation builds ok? I tried building
>> with all emulation options and it wouldn't build.
>> Suppose I went with your options: ./configure
>> --target-list="sparc-softmmu sparc64-softmmu sparc64-bsd-user
>> This would allow me to emulate which guests exactly? You got Linux to
>> run, but that's Sparc/Linux and MATLAB wouldn't install on that.
>> Because the MATLAB license can only install on Linux (i386), Linux
>> (x86-64), OSX (Intel), Solaris 64, and Windows . So the QEMU install
>> would be limited to emulating openbsd/sparc64, linux/sparc64,
>> linux/sparc, and solaris/opensolaris.
>> Considering the install options, I'm just limited to using Solaris 64,
>> right? Which would I could only run solaris/opensolaris on
>> openbsd/sparc64 to install matlab, right?
>> Just want to make sure,
>> Vivek
>> On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Blue Swirl <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> On 4/1/09, Vivek Ayer <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>> what were your configure options? I'm getting an error using gmake at
>>>>  i386-softmmu. I'm checking out the svn code to see if that's better.
>>>>  If you can send me the build that you got working that'd be great. I
>>>>  just need Linux on OpenBSD/sparc64 so I can go ahead and use MATLAB
>>>>  and Mathematica.
>>> I guess those are x86 versions. The i386 emulator does not work on
>>> Sparc because unaligned accesses are not handled yet by the code
>>> generator. But it should build all right.
>>> I just use something like
>>> ./configure --target-list="sparc-softmmu sparc64-softmmu sparc64-bsd-user"
>>> and I get shell prompt with the sparc-test Linux setup on sparc-softmmu.

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