Qemu, repository, dev env.

Lars Hallberg lah at micropp.se
Wed Jul 25 12:32:19 CEST 2007

andrzej zaborowski skrev:
> On 25/07/07, Lars Hallberg <lah-4A2z/ebfCsXLoDKTGw+V6w at public.gmane.org> 
>> I get: qemu-system-arm: invalid option -- '-usbdevicenet:0'
> There's a space after -usbdevice, see docs.

Thanks! It was wrong in the patchmail and the qemu site was not 
reachable from me last night for some reason.

But now I get (on 'ifup usb0' repeated in a few variations):

arp socket failed: Address family not supported by protocol

Tried the 'original' openmoko /etc/network/interfaces conf.
Hardcoding the qemu IPs (10.0.2.x) and DHCP like qemu expect (seams to 
be supported by openmoko even as dhclient don't seam to exist).

May be something with my host system, may be neo1973-qemu, may be the 
image... I'm a bit new to this qemu stuff.

Host is Ubuntu 7.4, but updated a few versions with the not recommended 
apt-get dist-upgrade method... Nothing obviously broken, but something 
may be :-(

Current command line run as root:

arm-softmmu/qemu-system-arm -M neo -m 130 -mtdblock 
openmoko/openmoko-flash.image -kernel openmoko/openmoko-kernel.bin -usb 
-show-cursor -net user -net nic,model=usb -redir tcp:22::22 -usbdevice 
net:0 -usbdevice keyboard

Keyboard works so the usb-stuff is not completely broken.

Many thanks for all help so far... this is getting close :-)


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