[Sugar-devel] The ARM is near
bobbypowers at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 22:36:37 EDT 2009
I think having something like:
could work. Sugar could set an environmental variable ARCH to the
relevant value, and we could have a reference activity_startup.sh
which adds the correct lib path to LD_LIBRARY_PATH and launches the
appropriate executable (or maybe a flag in activty.info which has
sugar do this). This is still somewhat kludgy, but I'm not sure of a
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 9:07 PM, Edward Cherlin <echerlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> We're going to do all of this for the XO-2 (ARM, dual haptic
> multitouch screens), and as with trees, the sooner we plant the
> Can we get a virtual ARM running on a Linux X86 system? It seems
> likely. QEMU has some form of ARM emulation. Also,
> The VirtualMHz for ARM (VM-arm)
> Virtera is shipping a free tool that can simulate a 217MHz ARM
> processor and embedded Linux system in real-time. The VirtualMHz for
> ARM (VM-arm) uses dynamic instruction compilation, rather than the
> interpretive simulation techniques used by competitors.
> Has anybody seen it? Tried it? Liked it?
> On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 1:11 PM, Ton van Overbeek<tvoverbeek at gmail.com> wrote:
> > There have been demos to run Sugar on a Nokia N810 (ARM based)
> > starting from the Debian Armel packages.
> > Probably a good idea to check with the Debian folks. Debian supports
> > multiple architectures for their
> > distributions.
> > I do have a N810 myself, but I will be very busy the next few months
> > (relocating back to Europe),
> > so I will not have much time to contribute (and yes, touchscreen,
> > stylus, virtual keyboard, etc. are
> > problematic with Sugar).
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