|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH 3/3] configure: Add new target ppc64el-linux-user|
|Date:||Thu, 8 May 2014 08:51:56 -0700|
On 8 May 2014 16:32, Doug Kwan (關振德) <address@hidden> wrote:git grep ENDIAN linux-user is probably a good start on a list.
> What else needs to be fixed?
The gcc testsuite is really not very much of a workout.
> I suspect that the user-mode linux kernel
> interface may also need some work but it worked well enough
> in practice for us to build glibc and run gcc testsuite.
I recommend getting a chroot environment working and then
trying the LTP testsuite:
Yes, but we need to actually implement signal handling at
> Yes ELFv2 is a different ABI but it is not complete different
> from the old one. A notable change is the
> removal of function descriptor. That affect how the user mode start the
> first instruction and that is addressed in this set of patches. It would
> also affect signal handling but user-mode signals do not work at all on
> PPC64 anyway and the parts that would be affected looks unimplemented.
some point, so we don't want to end up having to totally
redo the base support of ppc64le at that point.
The general approach linux-user takes is "one kernel
ABI to one QEMU binary". Maybe we could change that,
but would there be any benefit to it? I can't really
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