Problem about compiling the LLVM source code on QEMU running the aarch64?

Hi all,

Anyone who wants to compile the LLVM source code on QEMU running the aarch64 operating system?

Now I came across the problem: I cannot launch the aarch64 operating system on QEMU?

Wish to get help! Thanks in advance!

Best,
liyang

Hi,

This is probably a better question for the QEMU mailing list. :slight_smile:

cheers,
--renato

Yes, I think so.

And here I only want to know the result whether QEMU running the aarch64 operating system can compile the LLVM source code?

Thanks!

Which AArch64 operating system?

David

Any kind of distribution is OK, the following is what I tried:

  1. debian-testing-arm64-netinst.iso
  2. debian-8.6.0-arm64-CD-1.iso
  3. debian-testing-arm64-DVD-1.iso

The launch script doesn’t make any output.

It should be possible to compile LLVM on Debian on QEMU/AArch64, but even on a fast computer expect it to take most of a day.

David

Thanks for your immediate reply!

And I have confirmed that the LLVM source code can be compiled successfully on Debian on QEMU/X86_64.

The remained is to confirm whether the LLVM source code can be compiled successfully on Debian on QEMU/aarch64.?

Thanks all the same!

Best

Linaro compiles and tests natively on multiple Linux distros on
AArch64 machines daily, so LLVM works fine there.

We also use QEMU for AArch64 validation on a variety of tasks,
including GCC tests, so Linux also works on AArch64 QEMU (running on
X86_64).

Now, how to make QEMU boot an AArch64 Linux is up to the QEMU mailing list. :slight_smile:

cheers,
--renato

Hi,