Any idea of when qemu-system-arm will be supported for https://github.com/Intel-BMC/openbmc ?
wvervoorn at eltan.com
Tue Mar 31 18:50:45 AEDT 2020
You can use the ast2500-evb as a base to add a model that matches the WolfPass configuration as closely as possible.
Usually, it works quite well to model that part of the BMC that you are developing software for. Full implementation is possible of course but most likely a lot of work.
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Subject: Re: Any idea of when qemu-system-arm will be supported for https://github.com/Intel-BMC/openbmc ?
On Mon, Mar 30, 2020 at 02:35:55PM +0000, Bruce Mitchell wrote:
> I was looking for something like a -M wolfpass-bmc command line option
> like Romulus has -M romulus-bmc (see here:
> t.md )
> Yet I find no wolfpass, S2600WF, nor Intel in the -machine help list.
> (see below)
Yes, there is no full implemented platform.
As I know, the wolfpass bmc based on aspeed ast2500 SoC.
I can't remember why I choose exactly ast2500-evb for the tests of wolfpass.
Probably it was reported somewhere in the internal documents.
If someone has other experience or more knowledge please share it.
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