On 05.01.15 16:39, Peter Maydell wrote:
On 5 January 2015 at 15:31, Alexander Graf
I'm not sure you really want to base on the
Beagle emulation for OpenQA.
The "virt" machine in QEMU would make a much nicer target, especially
since it also supports KVM properly. The only missing link to get
everything properly running is a working virtual PCI host bridge so that
we can use PCI VGA adapters and USB for keyboard/mouse.
Writing such an emulation is on my todo list, but I'd be more than happy
if someone else beats me to it ;).
However, as for your original question:
Peter, did I ever send you the patch above?
It doesn't look familiar, but then I haven't touched the omap3
code in a year or more. (I haven't quite decided whether to let
it continue to bitrot into irrelevance or to try to get some
subset of it upstream. The problem is that it would probably
be three months' work, and the beagle board isn't very interesting
any more these days.)
Would you mind to at least apply the patch in that email to your tree so
that it doesn't bitrot into unusability? :)
On the PCI front, I assume nobody started with it yet, right?
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