fuse on openmoko
knuckles at gmail.com
Fri Mar 14 18:17:10 CET 2008
I know I was speaking a little too generic, but in my experience with
my "server", the arm-based linksys nslu2, most things are like that
The one thing I couldn't get compiled due to gcc internal error (which
I've reported, no answer yet) was qemu. I wanted to try how slow
x86-linux usermode emulation worked, because it could be useful when
you need something in a hurry (hang on, lemme download the source and
compile it on my phone might not be a great plan).
So, I would hijack the thread again, and ask -- has anyone been able
to compile qemu on arm?
2008/3/14 Marcin Juszkiewicz <openembedded at haerwu.biz>:
> Dnia Friday 14 of March 2008, Andy Green napisał:
> > Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> > > Dnia Friday 14 of March 2008, Christoph Witzany napisał:
> > >> Is there a fuse port for open embedded?
> > >> If not maybe it could be a viable Google SoC project (provided it's
> > >> not too trivial) ...
> > >
> > > Fuse is in OE so it should work with Openmoko powered devices (as
> > > long as they have fuse support in kernel/modules).
> > I believe it is in a module in the default config.
> > I hope in the future we will be able to use regular distros in addition
> > to OE. Fedora in particular already targets native-compile (or Qemu)
> > ARM and has started on cross.
> GTA03 will have 2-4 GB storage to fit normal distributions?
> Ubuntu started from LiveCD requested 2.3GB for installation...
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> whats mean ubuntu?
> it's african word for "can't configure debian"
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