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Re: [Qemu-arm] [Qemu-devel] [PATCH v9 0/2] Add Arm SBSA Reference Machin
Re: [Qemu-arm] [Qemu-devel] [PATCH v9 0/2] Add Arm SBSA Reference Machine
Mon, 15 Jul 2019 00:08:38 +0200
If running full machine stack is an option, than I think that you will be able to use SBSA machine in your tests once we have all the FW images ready. But unfortunately we are not there yet.
niedz., 14 lip 2019, 23:57 użytkownik Guenter Roeck <address@hidden
On 7/14/19 8:40 AM, Radoslaw Biernacki wrote:
> This machine is not ment for direct kernel boot. Is main purpose is development of FW, kernel and other HW/SW parts for SBSA. We are currently working on UEFI and ATF for this machine.
> It might be somehow possible to run kernel with DT but we do not support it at this moment. If all you want is to boot kernel directly, it is far more convenient to use existing virt machine.
Too bad. As you may know, I am testing the Linux kernel by running it with as many qemu
machines as possible. I already run several boot tests with the 'virt' machine, and
I was trying to extend test coverage with the sbsa machine.
> niedz., 14 lip 2019, 17:20 użytkownik Guenter Roeck <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> napisał:
> On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 06:20:32PM +0800, Hongbo Zhang wrote:
> > For the Aarch64, there is one machine 'virt', it is primarily meant to
> > run on KVM and execute virtualization workloads, but we need an
> > environment as faithful as possible to physical hardware, to support
> > firmware and OS development for pysical Aarch64 machines.
> I tried to boot linux on this machine with -kernel command line argument,
> but have not been successful. Can someone point me to a working command
> line, one that lets me load the kernel directly ?