Building for x86
thomas at gstaedtner.net
Tue Oct 30 08:58:16 CET 2007
Some of the people in #neo1973-germany (freenode) built OpenMoko for x86, so
this seems to be no problem.
I guess with Xephyr you'll have OpenMoko in a X-Window on your desktop.
On 10/30/07, Simon <simon.xhz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been following the list a bit and I was wondering if it was
> possible to build openmoko for a native x86 environment? I don't just
> mean to build the graphical end of it, but also the kernel and
> everything, have my root setup the way it is on the OpenMoko device.
> Have only the exact same software running... What I'm looking for is
> to isolate completely my openmoko build from my system. My system is
> too old to run OM in qemu, (it took more than 30 min to boot the last
> time i tried and it wasn't very functional with 1 min delay for
> So... I'd rather dual boot into OpenMoko than integrate it into my
> current system...
> I haven't done anything yet but I believe I should follow the path of:
> Making sure to make the modifications explain in pages for setting
> up OM for Xephyr and Xoo.
> And then, place it all under its own partition (any partition
> preference? ext2?) and update my own boot loader (I've been using lilo
> for long now). Is there any special append="options" I should use? I
> guess the part talking about u-boot should cover this, but if you guys
> can help with it...
> If I'm not drunk, this "should" work, right?
> Also, having everything native like this, what will happen with the
> X display? 1024x768 or will it resize with black borders left and
> Thanks in advance,
> OpenMoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
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