On 14/04/15 16:37, Programmingkid wrote:
On Apr 14, 2015, at 11:25 AM, Cormac O'Brien
Are you launching QEMU with -nographic and -serial stdio?
I don't like the -nographic option because it makes quitting QEMU really difficult.
The -serial stdio option appears to not be able to work with the -nographic option. The
options did not yield any debug output. Maybe there is something wrong with printk.
Quitting QEMU with -nographic is easy - hit CTRL-A followed by C to get
the monitor, and then type "quit" to get back to the shell. printk()
should be working fine in this situation.