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Debian Wheezy armhf images for QEMU
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This directory contains Debian Wheezy armhf images for QEMU and the
corresponding kernel and initrd:
  6474b4cce67fdfa7df7b65eaf6be25b9  debian_wheezy_armhf_standard.qcow2
  9cec027174ee769486eb5e1d2f550c1a  debian_wheezy_armhf_desktop.qcow2
  2aa949c0a816ad87b1abf3a4da36a0b7  initrd.img-3.2.0-4-vexpress
  7a7e63425423e39d1891a9d4ac6ad0b6  vmlinuz-3.2.0-4-vexpress

Both images are 25GiB images in QCOW2 format on which a Debian Wheezy system
has been installed. The standard images correspond to a "Standard system"
installation, while the desktop images correspond to a "Standard system" +
"Desktop environment" with Gnome, KDE and Xfce environments. The original
default desktop environment is Gnome and the default display manager is GDM.
These can not work in QEMU, as Gnome needs an accelerated graphics card, which
is not provided by QEMU. Moreover both Gnome and GDM need more than the default
128MiB memory provided on QEMU. They have therefore been replaced respectively
by Xfce and LightDM on the desktop image. Both Gnome and GDM are still installed
on the image, and the original default can be restored using the following
commands:
  - update-alternatives --auto x-session-manager
  - echo /usr/sbin/gdm3 > /etc/X11/default-display-manager
The other installation options are the following:
  - Keyboard:       US
  - Locale:         en_US
  - Mirror:         ftp.debian.org
  - Hostname:       debian-armel
  - Root password:  root
  - User account:   user
  - User password:  user

To use these images, you need to install QEMU 1.1.0 (or later). Start
QEMU with the following arguments:
  - qemu-system-arm -M vexpress-a9 -kernel vmlinuz-3.2.0-4-vexpress -initrd initrd.img-3.2.0-4-vexpress -drive if=sd,file=debian_wheezy_armhf_standard.qcow2 -append "root=/dev/mmcblk0p2"
  - qemu-system-arm -M vexpress-a9 -kernel vmlinuz-3.2.0-4-vexpress -initrd initrd.img-3.2.0-4-vexpress -drive if=sd,file=debian_wheezy_armhf_desktop.qcow2 -append "root=/dev/mmcblk0p2"

By default QEMU emulates a machine with 128MiB of RAM. The -m option increases
or decreases the size of the RAM. It is however limited to 1024MiB. If you don't
want to start QEMU in graphic mode, you can use the -nographic option. The image
is configured to display a login prompt on the first serial port (ttyAMA0). If
you want to switch the boot messages to the serial port, you need to add
"console=ttyAMA0" after "root=/dev/mmcblk0p2".

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