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QEMU is great for testing images and apps.  There is no need to flash or install images back and forth on real hardware.  Here are a few things that may help you testing OE stuff with QEMU.
 
QEMU is great for testing images and apps.  There is no need to flash or install images back and forth on real hardware.  Here are a few things that may help you testing OE stuff with QEMU.
  

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QEMU is great for testing images and apps. There is no need to flash or install images back and forth on real hardware. Here are a few things that may help you testing OE stuff with QEMU.

Do's and Dont's

  • use at least version 0.9x of qemu, earlier versions are unreliable
  • if possible use the poky-qemu and poky-scripts, they are more widely tested than stock qemu

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