What I want to do.
michael.grunditz at gmail.com
Fri Mar 5 13:48:10 CET 2021
No. Both systems is running natively at the moment. If first tried to
start Genode from RISC OS, but Genode refused to run on anything else than
boot cpu (core 0). That is as cpu0.
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Edoardo Mantovani <mantovani.edoardo18 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry if I misunderstood, but you would like to run Genode os as a virtual
> machine in your RISC OS (or something similar)?
> Edoardo Mantovani, 2021
> Il giorno ven 5 mar 2021 alle ore 13:36 Michael Grunditz <
> michael.grunditz at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> Hi Genodians,
>> I would like to tell you what I am trying to achieve.
>> I want to have Genode as a service system for RISC OS. When aarch32 is
>> dropped from Cortex cpu's it will also provide emulation services.
>> Right now I run RISC OS fully natively on core 1 and Genode on core 0
>> (A53). The reason for doing this on iMX8M is that it , since a week or so
>> , is supported by both systems.
>> Besides drivers , I also want to take advantage from some apps. A good
>> example is a webbrowser. Genode is much better suited to run such
>> applications. The idea is to run render and network tasks on Genode , but
>> with a RISC OS allocated buffer as its framebuffer. On RISC OS it will
>> look and feel like a native app.
>> It will also be a base for converting RISC OS kernel to C. By trapping
>> SWI's from RISC OS to Genode I can implement them in C/C++. The goal is to
>> have as much as possible running natively on aarch64. Today the RISC OS
>> kernel is assembler.
>> I want to keep the RISC OS experience as it is today, and this hybrid
>> solution is a experiment to see how it all can be solved.
>> If you don't like this project , please tell me now!
>> Michael Grunditz
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