run/demo in VirtualBox
dundon.thomas at ...9...
Tue Oct 3 06:37:40 CEST 2017
I cannot get the basic demo to work inside my VM. Here's my setup:
- x86_64 machine running
- Windows 7 running
- VirtualBox 5.1.28 running
- Ubuntu 16.04
My process within the Ubuntu VM was:
- Installed the various tools to build (genode-toolchain-17.05,
- Ran git clone to get Genode 17.08
- Ran *./tool/create_builddir linux BUILD_DIR=../build*
- Changed *build.conf* to enable MAKE += -j4
- Ran *make run/demo*
Everything builds fine but nothing significant happens. Here's the console
output (post build):
using 'core-linux' as 'core'
using 'ld-linux.lib.so' as 'ld.lib.so'
using 'linux_timer_drv' as 'timer'
Genode 17.08 <local changes>
17592186044415 MiB RAM and 8997 caps assigned to init
Warning: blocking canceled in entrypoint constructor
<Demo just sits here until I press Ctrl-C>
If I check the process list (before the Ctrl-C) I don't see anything other
than *make*, *expect*, and *core*. After attaching gdb to the
*process I see that one thread is sleeping in* _sig_rec->block_for_signal()*
and another thread is sleeping in *_wait_for_exit_sem.down()*.
The huge RAM allocation for init seems unreasonable, but I saw some similar
output in other posts. Is the "blocking canceled" warning to be expected?
Should I see the other processes listed in *launchpad.config* running?
Just to be safe I've redone all these steps multiple times and even built
the genode toolchain from source. What should I check next?
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