For testing some of the upstream Linux drivers we maintain it is necessary to emulate the hardware as we're getting bug reports for the upstream drivers but have no chance to test fixes.

Once the upstream drivers can be emulated we could focus on emulating hardware where only downstream drivers do exist and then write new drivers to be upstreamed.

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    • morbidrsa
      over 1 year ago by morbidrsa | Reply

      Post Hack Week result: basic Bus functionality plus two device emulations for Qemu are done, but the patches need cleanup to be sent upstream. One additional Linux Kernel driver was written as well and is already on it's way upstream.

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