virtualization of OpenMoko...
sverma at sfsu.edu
Tue Jun 19 19:11:27 CEST 2007
michael at michaelshiloh.com wrote:
> I haven't tried it yet, but I presume that "it should just work"*.
> 1. Install VMware for Windows on your computer
> 2. Install Linux as the guest operating system. There used to be
> an Ubuntu
> image ready to go on the VMWare website.
> 3. Following the instructions on the OpenMoko wiki, install
> mokomakefile and
> and QEMU
> I don't have a Windows computer, or else I'd try this.
> I just noticed that you are local. If all else fails, I could visit
> your class
> with my Linux computer with the OpenMoko and QEMU stuff already set
> up. (I
> should probably do an update and make sure this still works.)
Thanks for the pointers. I'll give it a shot. If nothing works, I'll
take you up on the offer.
> * I know that the phrase "it should just work" is no guarantee that it
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2007, Sameer Verma wrote:
>> Does anyone have pointers on virtualization of openMoko via a
>> VMWare-type setup? I'd like to see if there is something available so
>> that I can do a quick demo for my class. I did the same with OLPC's
>> virtual image (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Using_QEMU_on_Windows_XP)
>> and that worked wonders for students in understanding the value of
>> such a project.
>> A picture being worth a lot more, etc.
>> Dr. Sameer Verma, Ph.D.
>> Associate Professor of Information Systems
>> San Francisco State University
>> San Francisco CA 94132 USA
>> http: //verma.sfsu.edu/
>> http: //opensource.sfsu.edu/
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