Since my attempts at getting Qemu running on Mac OS X were unsuccessfull, I’ve decided to go a different route. I’m now trying to build it on FreeBSD again.
Some time ago, I took some notes on how to get Qemu running on FreeBSD and added them to the coreboot wiki. Then some time later, I tried to build Qemu per those instructions, but had to discover that the port had been updated to a newer version of Qemu and no longer works.
So I’ve decided so maintain my own copy of the Qemu sources. The goal is to have a working version of Qemu which can be built on FreeBSD and can run coreboot. The repository is at svn+ssh://phs.subgra.de/usr/svnroot/qemu, a web frontend is available at https://phs.subgra.de/svnweb/index.cgi/qemu. Since the repository is not (yet?) public, here is a tar-ball of the latest version.
Building Qemu for FreeBSD from “my” sources is pretty straight forward. However, it’s not as straight forward as building from Linux or from a FreeBSD port, so here are the full instructions 😉
$ export BSD_MAKE=`which make` $ ./configure (your options here) $ gmake $ gmake install