I am curious about the current blockers, which disallow to run 64bit RISC-V Linux (Fedora, Debian or OpenSUSE) under Qemu, on Windows 10 hosts.
I was able to run Fedora, like described here
- but only on a 64bit Ubuntu 20.10 host machine.
I wasn't able to run any configurations, on Windows 10, among existing options (taken from Linux), except the one where I do not have any external initrd.
Maybe I should work on the setup and add boot commands manually, since I have the menu available.
Neither virtio-rng-device and virtio-blk-device are working on Windows 10.
Other configurations crashed between boot stages, around the jumping step.