To make OpenQA work with real ARM devices, we need to control

  • Reset
  • HDMI
  • USB keyboard / tablet
  • SD card

Reset can be done using GPIO. HDMI can be done with a USB HDMI grabber. USB keyboard/tablet can be emulated via USB OTG.

That leaves only SD card simulation to be implemented to automatically verify whether our current openSUSE images still work on ARM development systems.

Looking for mad skills in:

arm qemu arm64 aarch64 sd openqa raspberrypi

This project is part of:

Hack Week 14 Hack Week 16

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  • 7 months ago: ptesarik liked Simulate SD card in software
  • over 1 year ago: ldevulder liked Simulate SD card in software
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    • algraf
      over 1 year ago by algraf | Reply

      For Hackweek 16, let's make the FPGA+Verilog iteration of it work for real ;)

    • lnussel
      over 1 year ago by lnussel | Reply

      do you know an affordable, lossless USB HDMI grabber?

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