Fwd: starting something different than make run/demo

Alexandre Bique bique.alexandre at ...9...
Wed Feb 15 09:24:47 CET 2012

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From: Norman Feske <norman.feske at ...1...>
Date: Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 10:37 AM

Alexandre Bique wrote:
> That's great ! I really miss input other than click. I don't know how
> you started arora etc... I only ran the snprintf test and make run/demo.
> But I enabled every repository I think.

Good point .-) Would you mind taking question like these to the mailing
list? I am sure other people have similar problems so they could benefit
from our discussion. Anyway, I don't want to keep the information from
you right now. In short: there exist many different run scripts. Each
describes a particular boot scenario. Just have a quick look:

 find <genode-dir> -maxdepth 3 -name "*.run"

You can specify each of those run-script names to 'make run/...' in your
build directory. For example, to build and run, let's say vim, change to
your OKL4 build directory and issue the following command:

 make run/noux_vim

Not all run scripts work across all platforms. In the case of doubt,
just risk a look inside the respective run script. I just noticed that
there doesn't exist a ready-to-use run script for Arora. Maybe we should
create one? The 'qt4.run' script could serve as a nice starting point.
For the networking part, the 'lwip.run' script may be useful to look at.

Alexandre Bique

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