QEMU on replit!
Ever wanted to make an OS on repl.it but couldn't get an emulator running? Now you can!
Developing, Compiling, Linking an OS is up to you!
Simply fork the repl and do whatever you want with qemu.
@deliciouscupcak its not broken, the repl just doesn't run any OS with it since its just a blank repl that installs qemu in a way to make it work.
now that nix exists you can simply tell nix to install qemu and it will do it correctly without having to upload a bunch of files or anything
I forked and ran the repl, but it shows:
qemu-system-x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: libbrlapi.so.0.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I tried it on this repl, and another repl of mine. Any clues?
Nice! Do you know how to get qemu-system-i386 working on repl? Because the code I made works only on i386.
Here are the fantastic error messages that I get when I try to run it:
qemu-system-i386: error while loading shared libraries: libbrlapi.so.0.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory exit status 127
Here is the link by the way: https://repl.it/@LucasAllori/theOS
Nice! I have tried a few times to get this to work, but I never could. I can write an OS, now I just have to get one working!
@RobertFurr The first line wasn't supposed to be a comment, I fixed that. I need to find some way to keep it from reinstalling qemu every time if its already installed and I was testing it.
the second line is actually a comment, you can put whatever there like commands to compile a kernel