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- Introduction
LoongArch is the general processor architecture of Loongson.
The following versions of the LoongArch core are supported
core: 3A5000
We can get the latest loongarch documents at
- System emulation
Mainly emulate a virt 3A5000 board and ls7a bridge that is not exactly the same as the host.
3A5000 support multiple interrupt cascading while here we just emulate the extioi interrupt
cascading. LS7A1000 host bridge support multiple devices, such as sata, gmac, uart, rtc
and so on. But we just realize the rtc. Others use the qemu common devices. It does not affect
the general use. We also introduced the emulation of devices at docs/system/loongarch/loongson3.rst.
This version only supports running binary files in ELF format, and does not depend on BIOS and kernel file.
You can compile the test program with 'make & make check-tcg' and run the test case with the following command:
1. Install LoongArch cross-tools on X86 machines.
Download cross-tools.
tar -vxf loongarch64-clfs-5.0-cross-tools-gcc-full.tar.xz -C /opt
Config cross-tools env.
set -x
export PATH=$CC_PREFIX/bin:$PATH
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$CC_PREFIX/loongarch64-unknown-linux-gnu/lib/:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
set +x
2. Test tests/tcg/multiarch.
./configure --disable-rdma --disable-pvrdma --prefix=/usr \
--target-list="loongarch64-softmmu" \
--disable-libiscsi --disable-libnfs --disable-libpmem \
--disable-glusterfs --enable-libusb --enable-usb-redir \
--disable-opengl --disable-xen --enable-spice --disable-werror \
--enable-debug --disable-capstone --disable-kvm --enable-profiler
cd build/
make && make check-tcg
./build/qemu-system-loongarch64 -machine virt -m 4G -cpu Loongson-3A5000 -smp 1 -kernel build/tests/tcg/loongarch64-softmmu/hello -monitor none -display none -chardev file,path=hello.out,id=output -serial chardev:output
- Linux-user emulation
We already support Linux user emulation. We can use LoongArch cross-tools to build LoongArch executables on X86 machines,
and We can also use qemu-loongarch64 to run LoongArch executables.
1. Config cross-tools env.
see System emulation.
2. Test tests/tcg/multiarch.
./configure --static --prefix=/usr --disable-werror --target-list="loongarch64-linux-user" --enable-debug
cd build
make && make check-tcg
3. Run LoongArch system basic command with loongarch-clfs-system.
- Config clfs env.
tar -vxf loongarch64-clfs-system-5.0.tar.bz2 -C /opt/clfs
cp /opt/clfs/lib64/ /lib64
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/opt/clfs/lib64"
- Run LoongArch system basic command.
./qemu-loongarch64 /opt/clfs/usr/bin/bash
./qemu-loongarch64 /opt/clfs/usr/bin/ls
./qemu-loongarch64 /opt/clfs/usr/bin/pwd
- Note.
We can get the latest LoongArch documents or LoongArch tools at