qemu+mips question

by Kam » Fri, 02 Apr 2010 06:09:02 GMT

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 Hi all,

I'm able to build mips android (eclair) as "TARGET_PLATFORM=generic",
and it seems to have built all the files...
I would like to now use qemu (qemu-mipsel) to run it!

Is there a wiki/howto that shows this?

I am currently using the following...

emulator                                                                \
-verbose                                                                \
-kernel ~/android/mipsandroid/prebuilt/android-arm/kernel/kernel-qemu
-sysdir ~/android/mipsandroid/out/target/product/generic                \
-datadir ~/android/mipsandroid/out/target/product/generic               \
-system ~/android/mipsandroid/out/target/product/generic/system.img     \
-ramdisk ~/android/mipsandroid/out/target/product/generic/ramdisk.img
-avd sample_avd

and it works, well, at lease the emulator starts...
BUT, if I change the "kernel" line to be ".../android-mips/...", then
nothing shows...no errors etc...



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qemu+mips question

by hedwin » Fri, 02 Apr 2010 22:59:11 GMT

 Did you check the info available on www.mipsandroid.com

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qemu+mips question

by hedwin » Sat, 03 Apr 2010 00:23:48 GMT

 Have a look at  http://www.mipsandroid.com/news/show/18 

It mentions the release of qemu for mips android eclair.

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