Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 11218 from 2003/5/22
>> QEMU already emulates well other Linux-supported PPC32 hardware,
>> among them also other G4-based hardware (like PowerMac3,1/mac99).
>> [...] Furthermore, bug hunting of Linux software doesn't require QEMU
>> system emulation as QEMU user-mode emulation is to be preferred for this.
> Not regular software bugs yes, but Linux kernel bugs.
As said, that's what long-existing PowerMac3,1/mac99 emulation or other PPC32 system emulations are perfectly fine for.
> meanwhile several devs stood up for the Peg2
> so it is safe to stay for the time being.
Yes, Arnd Bergmann's summary for "powerpc/chrp (32-bit rs6000, pegasos2)" and others:
"a couple of users replied, but no architecture maintainer added any information, so I won't take any action.