[coreboot] I try to follow.... $ ./configure --cc=gcc-3.4 --target-list=i386-softmmu && make

Warren Turkal wt at penguintechs.org
Mon Jun 22 08:17:36 CEST 2009

To be fair, this is not a coreboot question. You may find more useful
info on a qemu focused list.

However, I'll tell you what I know. When I install the qemu package on
Ubuntu 9.04, the qemu-img binary is located in /usr/bin. It is
available as part of the default PATH, meaning that I can just type
qemu-img at the commandline, and it works.

Having said all this, I see that you typed that you cannot find
"qemu-image". The binary is actually called "qemu-img", If that wasn't
a typo, I'd suggest looking for the appropriately named binary.

If it was a typo, I am not sure I know what's going on.

Does anyone else know if the qemu-img binary is built by default. Is
it possible that you have to give ./configure a special flag to get
qemu-img built?

Good luck,

On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 10:54 PM, Rick Ant<rick_077 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I try to follow the instruction at Build_qemu tutorial,
> ===
> Create an empty disk image:
> $ qemu-img create -f raw disk.img 200M
> ===
> I can't find the qemu-image...
> I have done
> $ ./configure --cc=gcc-3.4 --target-list=i386-softmmu && make
> Using Gcc 4.0...
> What should I do then..?
> Any help is appreciated...
> thanks
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