This is a discussion on Re: [Qemu-devel] first tests of qemu svn r5646 on FreeBSD - usbstill slow, bsd-user doesn't build, some warnings... - FreeBSD ; On Sun, Nov 09, 2008 at 05:37:37PM +0100, I wrote: > In article you write: > >On 11/7/08, Juergen Lock wrote: > >> Hi! > >> > >> I just prepared another experimental emulators/qemu-devel port update, > >> http://people.freebsd.org/~nox/qemu/...20081107.patch > ...
On Sun, Nov 09, 2008 at 05:37:37PM +0100, I wrote:
> In article
> >On 11/7/08, Juergen Lock
> >> Hi!
> >> I just prepared another experimental emulators/qemu-devel port update,
> >> http://people.freebsd.org/~nox/qemu/...20081107.patch
> >> I haven't tested it that much yet (you are welcome to help there!
> >> but so far didn't notice much changes compared to last time (r5499),
> >> usb is still slow with my Linux 2.6.26 guest (probably to be expected,
> >> nothing committed there since.)
> >The patch is against a bunch of patches, which makes it hard to see
> >what has really changed. Could you make an updated set of patches
> >available somewhere? At least osdep.c and qemu-char.c patches look
> >reasonable enough to be committed.
> I'll add a shar of the 20081107 qemu-devel port's files/*patch* below,
> (yes most of these probably shouldn't be merged... The ones named *-patch
> are conditionally applied depending on user-set OPTIONS.)
> Oh and btw the osdep.c patch was already posted here, see
> >> In other news: The new sparc64-bsd-user target doesn't build because
> >> SYSCALL_G7RFLAG and SYSCALL_G2RFLAG are undefined, and I noticed a few
> >> warnings that may be interesting:
> >The attached patch should fix the undefined flag problem, please test.
> Nope, still two of them left at line 219ff.
> Here comes the shar:
> # This is a shell archive. Save it in a file, remove anything before
> # this line, and then unpack it by entering "sh file". Note, it may
> # create directories; files and directories will be owned by you and
> # have default permissions.
> # This archive contains:
> # files/
> # files/cdrom-dma-patch
> # files/patch-90_security
> # files/patch-CVE-2008-0928
> # files/patch-CVE-2008-4539
> # files/patch-Makefile
> # files/patch-aa
> # files/patch-ac
> # files/patch-audio-4
> # files/patch-audio-sdlaudio.c
> # files/patch-bc
> # files/patch-bd
> # files/patch-be
> # files/patch-bf
> # files/patch-bg
> # files/patch-block.c
> # files/patch-bsdusb.patch
> # files/patch-bt
> # files/patch-configure
> # files/patch-cpu-exec.c
> # files/patch-emulate-aio
> # files/patch-exec-all.h
> # files/patch-exec.c
> # files/patch-fbsd
> # files/patch-fix_bsd_user_fbsd
Ooops, ignore this one, leftover from testing...
(And btw you can ignore the 0 byte ones too, they were just for generating
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