On 8/3/18 12:55 am, Éric Tremblay wrote:
> Hi,
> I read that it is possible to make a folder available to the guest system 
> using
> the vfat feature of Qemu but can't get it to work.
> 
> I am using qemu-system-ppc with PREP (-M prep)  (qemu v2.5.0)
> I am using rtems 4.11.3
> 
> I am currently experiencing with the 'qemu_vfat' example but can't get passed
> the 'rtems_bdpart_register_from_disk("/dev/hda")' which always return 
> INVALID_NAME.
> 
> I am wondering if the problem is with the command line I am using, I tried 
> with:
> 
> -drive file=fat:rw:./
> 
> or
> 
> -hda fat:./
> 
> In both cases I see that there is a vfat message displayed:
> 
> vvfat ./ chs 1024,16,63
> 
> How can I get it to work, does the bsp need to have a IDE driver?

Yes. I am not sure which types are supported these days.

>  Is this
> feature supported with the qemuprep ?  If not how can I make it work or what 
> are
> my options ?  using a shared memory to share data between the host and guest ?

I have had it working many years ago with the PC BSP. There are limits on the
number of files that can be handled.

Chris
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