Error (no boot device found) running qemu image
Christian Robottom Reis
kiko at canonical.com
Thu Sep 23 14:11:39 BST 2010
On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 08:18:06AM +1200, Michael Hope wrote:
> >> I had been thinking about this as well, would you see more benefit for this
> >> to focus on testing the latest image, or qemu itself?
> > I think the image (and the kernel) are going to churn at a much faster
> > rate than qemu will, so the benefit really is in early warning if the
> > kernel has suddenly tickled a latent qemu bug/missing bit of model.
> > (ie I think we'd want to do this test with the latest released qemu-maemo
> > package as well as with any new daily build of qemu.)
> To overdo things, it would be nice to mix the compiler in as well.
> I've been planning to add a test case to the compiler build that
> builds the current Ubuntu kernel and boots it inside QEMU.
Let's just test the image. The toolchain and qemu will be tested as a
side-effect, but let's not lessen the benefit of ensuring our image runs
on a "released" qemu.
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