I have installed openSUSE 12.3 ppc32 on a usb stick with QEMU with
qemu-system-ppc -M mac99 -m 2048 -bios /usr/share/openbios/openbios-ppc
-cdrom openSUSE-NET-ppc-Build0022-Media.iso -usb -usbdevice
host:0781:556c -boot order=d -net nic,vlan=0,model=e1000 -net user,vlan=0
After a rsync on a X1000's partition, it boots well on my X1000.
Welcome to openSUSE 12.3 "Dartmouth" - Kernel 3.10.13X1000_PW-1.3f (tty1)
Thank you very much for your help. :)
All the best
Am 03.10.2013 06:43, schrieb Alexander Graf:
You could also create a tar based kiwi configuration and have obs build it, like we do
for arm. Then you can use that as rootfs for your system.
Am 02.10.2013 um 21:21 schrieb Christian Zigotzky <chzigotzky(a)xenosoft.de>de>:
> Hi Alex,
> Is it possible to install openSUSE 32-bit over QEMU on a USB stick and then boot it
with a 64-bit kernel on an AmigaOne X1000?
> Best regards,
> Am 02.10.13 19:44, schrieb Alexander Graf:
>> On 02.10.2013, at 19:31, Christian Zigotzky wrote:
>>> Am 02.10.13 19:18, schrieb Alexander Graf:
>>>> On 02.10.2013, at 19:05, Christian Zigotzky wrote:
>>>>> Hi there,
>>>>> I've tried to install openSUSE 12.3 on my AmigaOne X1000.
Unfortunately the installation of a lot of 64-bit packages failed. Issue: scriptlet
failed, signal 11.
>>>> 64-bit packages won't work because the PA6T is not compatible
(enough) to POWER4 which is the minimum requirement for 64-bit openSUSE 12.3 to work.
>>> Hi Alex,
>>> Thank you for your answer. Can I install a 32-bit openSUSE 12.3 system? Or is
openSUSE 12.2 compatible with my PA6T?
>> Sure! As long as you don't use 64-bit binaries, a 32-bit 12.3 system should
work just fine on PA6T.
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