reflesh_ben.sh on gentoo/~ppc
dvdkhlng at gmx.de
Sat Sep 3 06:51:05 EDT 2011
>>>>> "KIMURA" == KIMURA Masaru <hiyuh.root at gmail.com> writes:
>> As a workaround for now, you could try to (cross-)compile a
>> (statically linked) version of usb-boot for x86 or mipsel (or
>> armel/armeabi), and just launch it via qemu-i386
>> resp. qemu-mipsel. These qemu-commands do user-space emulation,
>> i.e. simulate a CPU and just pass syscalls to your PPC system. This
>> way, they will also pass all the syscalls that access the USB bus,
>> and I guess this will suffice to make usbboot work.
> preparing i386 cross toochain for just testing this proposed
> workaround is sheer nonsense. anyone can give me i386-static-linked
It's compiled for mipsel, which should emulate a little quicker than
x86, given how simple the mips instruction set is.
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