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 Post subject: Re: Emulating a RK3328 SoC ?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:10 am 
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zaval wrote:
you are wrong. the "pci" suffix there is to indicate, those devices are sitting on the PCI interface. what this "I don't think they are actually hooked up as PCI devices, but rather as devices that would be integrated to the system" mean, I honestly don't know. do you?

Sorry if this wasn't clear, but honestly I don't want to take more time trying to explain to you, literally pressuring people that aren't in the same direction as you - it's not the scope of this topic anyways. In addition, if you could stop acting contemptuous and arrogant towards others, that would be great too. People are tired of your behaviour against members of this forum, including me.


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 Post subject: Re: Emulating a RK3328 SoC ?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2020 7:53 am 
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crosssans wrote:
People are tired of your behaviour against members of this forum, including me.

Yeah, I second that. Thanks that you are bold enough to say that. Actually I've added zaval to my "foe" list to avoid reading his postings.

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 Post subject: Re: Emulating a RK3328 SoC ?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:49 pm 
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This thread is not the place to discuss zaval and his trolling actions. I admit, I was rubbed the wrong way by his accusatory first post to Dayimo. He (sort of) made up to Dayimo, however. He has a lot of knowledge about UEFI and OSDev to offer. Anyway, if you want to go on about zaval, start a new thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Emulating a RK3328 SoC ?
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The problem with running on real hardware is not that it's hard. It's that you get no debugging info at all on real hardware. If you triple fault, you don't have -d int, cpu_reset to save the day.


For me, using an emulator means I can work on my hobby OS project on my laptop when I find I have a free hour, wherever I happen to be.

I don’t get much time at my home office where I have various machines set up for testing, it’s anoying that Qemu doesn’t (yet) emulate the RaspberryPi’s graphics hardware :D

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