Error (no boot device found) running qemu image
guilherme.salgado at linaro.org
Fri Sep 17 14:32:42 BST 2010
I replied to my previous message when I noticed this errors seemed to be
specific to the 2010-09-15 tarball -- I didn't get the error when using
an older one. I guess my reply is stuck in the moderation queue, though
(I may have sent it using my @canonical.com address), as I don't see it
on the list.
On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 17:03 +0200, Loïc Minier wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 15, 2010, Guilherme Salgado wrote:
> > qemu: hardware error: no boot device found
> Could you share the QEMU cmdline you're using and which version of QEMU
> you're using?
I used the line from that wiki page:
sudo qemu-maemo-system-arm -M beagle -m 256 -sd ./beagle_sd.img -clock unix -serial stdio
> This error in the case of the omap3 emulation is usually when the
> partition table isn't correct, or MLO is missing from the first vfat.
> (I would also get the error in the past when QEMU had a memory
> corruption issue in the FAT code, but that should be fixed in the PPA
> If you're using the latest qemu-maemo package from the Linaro tools
> PPA, then you should file a bug against lp:qemu-maemo.
I'm using the latest package, yes, but I'm on Lucid. With the older
tarball I didn't get the error but it was spinning one of my processors
for hours and the last thing I saw in the console was some omap nand
thing. I"ll give it another try and report a bug if it doesn't work.
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