Old kernels and new compilers
Posted Aug 24, 2006 16:24 UTC (Thu) by landley
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The BusyBox website has a Red Hat 9 image we test-build with under QEMU.
(It also has a patch to build qemu under gcc 4.x if you want to do it
Once you've got qemu installed, it's as simple as:
And voila, it pops up a new window with RH9 running in it.
Login as either user "busybox" or as root, password "busybox" in both
cases. If you prefer a gui to text mode, I think you can run "startx".
The emulated system should have an emulated (masqueraded) network
connection, so you can scp files in and out. Grab your source, build it,
tar it up, and scp the result back out.
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