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Issue 0014

Summary
Make it easier to run with qemuarm target (possibly using virtme)
Owner
Tim
Reporter
Vibin Viswambharan
Status
open
Priority
high

Description [edit section]

There should be some simple instructions, and possibly some changes to Fuego, to support testing on qemuarm out-of-the-box.

I've started a help page for this at: Using the qemuarm target. However there are problems:

If I try to compile hello_world for a yocto project image of 'core-image-minimal', using PLATFORM="qemu-armv7hf", then the program won't run.

That is, the shared libraries expected by hello built with qemu-armv7hf are not in the right place.

I tried to compile hello_world using a poky sdk, but it doesn't support static linking. See https://patchwork.openembedded.org/patch/121725/

Notes [edit section]

virtme is a tool for executing virtual machines using qemu.

It acts as a qemu wrapper, and appears to be easy to use for x86_64 testing.

See https://www.linux.com/blog/virtme-kernel-developers-best-friend

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