On Thu, Nov 29, 2007 at 06:37:10PM +0900, Jun Koi wrote:
Hmm... I managed to do like this:
- Compile ADLO separately, then I have a file named "payload"
- In LinuxBIOSv3, I run "make menuconfig", then specify the path of
payload option to the above "payload".
- Save options, quit and compile.
As a result, I have build/bios.bin, and I overwrites this file onto
the original bios.bin of my QEMU.
No need to overwrite. Just use the '-L build' command line option for
QEMU and it will use the bios.bin in the build/ directory instead of
the normal one.
Then, I run QEMU with my Linux image. It works, and I
can login to my
Now, the problem is that I am not sure if my Linux on QEMU really uses
LinuxBIOS. How can I confirm that? "dmesg" doesnt seem to return
anything special to me.
Use the '-serial stdio' command line option with QEMU, that will
print a "LinuxBIOS starting..." or similar message if it's really