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  1. #21  
    First grab qemu omap3
    I used :
    qemu-omap3-v0.01.tar.bz2

    >cd qemu-omap3
    >./configure --target-list=arm-softmmu
    >make

    qemu-system-arm will be generated in directory qemu-omap3/arm-softmmu.
    I copy on /usr/bin

    We have some ways of load with qemu:

    1)Using it as SDCARD ( i belive it is the easier way because the root devices names)

    >qemu-system-arm -M beagle -sd mmcblk0 -append "root=/dev/mmcblk0

    question:how to add the boot loader??

    b)nandflash

    (i am going to use the beagle'boards files because the loader is similar.the uImage i tried with older filesystem was nova-cust-image-castle)

    >bb_nandflash.sh x-load.bin.ift webos.bin x-loader
    >bb_nandflash.sh u-boot.bin webos.bin u-boot
    >bb_nandflash.sh uImage webos.bin kernel
    >bb_nandflash.sh mmcblk0 webos rootfs
    >bb_nandflash_ecc webos.bin 0x0 0xe80000


    >qemu-system-arm -M beagle -mtdblock mmcblk0


    c)using a kernel ,ramdisk with our filesystem

    qemu-system-arm -M versatilepb -cpu cortex-a8 -kernel uImage.bin -initrd ramdisk.bin -append boot-device=RAMDISK,rdoffset=0x200

    More??

    thpani could you add what did you tried??
    THANKS
    Last edited by cualquiercosa327; 06/10/2010 at 01:41 PM.
  2. #22  
    or maybe trying a custom kernel???
  3. #23  
    Some here has this file or know how to download :uImage-kexecboot-2.6.24-r50-palmpre.bin?

    It is used for lboot a kernel from your local host with novacom
    Maybe we can do in local
    /qemu-system-arm -M beagle -mtdblock uImage-kexecboot-2.6.24-r50-palmpre.bin
  4. #24  
    I forget add this lines .we should add to qemu on -append=" "

    root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rootwait ro fb=0x8f600000 fbcon=disable console=tty1
    nduid=ea413b0b980b26d75c6658199d532472049644ae klog=0x8ff00000 klog_len=0x100000
    boardtype=castle-dvt3 dsp_base=0x8f900000 dsp_len=0x600000


    *using the nova-installer-image-castle.uImage image bootie

    root=/dev/ram0 ramdisk=32768 ro fb=0x8f600000 fbcon=disable console=tty1
    nduid=ea413b0b980b26d75c6658199d532472049644ae klog=0x8ff00000 klog_len=0x100000
    boardtype=castle-dvt3 dsp_base=0x8f900000 dsp_len=0x600000 lastboot=recover


    Excuse me for using a lot of post ,i thought it could be easier to read
    Dani
  5. #25  
    I am sure this work stopped once the SDK was released. It's easy and it's free.
  6. #26  
    easy and free?? Booting webos-arm on qemu-arm??
    The file included on SDK is webosX86,a very different proyect.
  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by cualquiercosa327 View Post
    easy and free?? Booting webos-arm on qemu-arm??
    The file included on SDK is webosX86,a very different proyect.
    Yeah, easy and free. The first post was all about running webos on an emulator to play around with it and possibly do some development -- exactly what you can do with the SDK for free.
  8. #28  
    if it is so easy,can you tell me how load pre filesystem on qemu? (the "real" filesystem ,no the x86 of the sdk)
  9. #29  
    i have found a better way to create the filesystem,but i need some help.
    help is welcome
    thanks
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