Running genode on QEMU having board support of raspberry pi for arm_v8.

DHIRAJ PRAJAPATI dhirajprajapati96 at
Mon Feb 6 06:34:13 CET 2023

Yes, I have these all files at var/run/log/boot/image.elf.gz, bender, and
when I execute the image.elf  (*qemu-system-aarch64 -s -display gtk
-nographic -serial null -serial mon:stdio -kernel
var/run/log/boot/image.elf -M raspi3 -m 1024)*I got the following messages
in the terminal.
But when I run log.img it got stuck at the kernel loading.
I think during the build process of log.img it creates an image.elf at

I hope I cleared my query, If is there anything missing please let me know.

Also, would you give some explanation about run/log and run/sculpt and why
you suggested me to go for run/log instead of run/sculpt?

On Sun, Feb 5, 2023 at 10:57 PM Michael Grunditz <michael.grunditz at>

> On Sun, 5 Feb 2023 at 15:37, DHIRAJ PRAJAPATI
> <dhirajprajapati96 at> wrote:
> >
> > Thanks, Michael for suggesting the uboot tools.
> >
> > I generated the uImage successfully.
> > Now to boot the image on QEMU I first tried to get the log.img using
> > make run/log KERNEL=hw BOARD=rpi3 VERBOSE=
> > by adding QEMU_RUN_OPT := --include image/disk
> > But could not figure out to resolve the problem that the kernel is not
> getting loaded.
> > Also, guide me if I can do something with
> uImage(var/run/log/boot/uImage) to get the GUI in QEMU.
> Reading your error log. Do you have a var/run/log/boot/image.elf?
> When it works qemu  should print messages in your terminal.
> Michael
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