DSDP/TML/How to configure TmL demo
< DSDP | TML
|Tools for Mobile Linux|
|TmL Web Site|
|Regular Phone Meetings|
- 1 Pre-requirements
- 2 Getting the TmL
- 3 Getting the TmL (optional)
- 4 Configuring the example org.eclipse.tml.device.qemuarm
- 5 Configuring the example org.eclipse.tml.device.qemureact
- 6 Running TmL Demo
- 7 Comments and questions
- 8 Trademarks and Copyright
- Eclipse Ganymede 3.4 or newer
Getting the TmL
Getting TmL SDK Package
- Getting TmL SDK 0.2 package
- The examples include source code. If you want TmL source download TmL-SDK-with-sources.
Getting the TmL (optional)
Getting Complete TmL from CVS
- Go to Tml download page
- Get the file tml-all-anonymous.psf for the most recent version on CVS (HEAD) (link)
- Import this file into Eclipse workspace. See cvs setup page for more details.
Tips for Proxy Connections
- Sometimes the procedure above could not work if you are using a internet proxy based connection.
- If this is your case, open psf files and change all references "pserver:dev.eclipse.org:" by "pserver:proxy.eclipse.org:80".
Configuring the example org.eclipse.tml.device.qemuarm
- Get the file qemu-0.9.0-arm.zip (link). If you have any problem to download this file, try downloading it directly from QEmu ARM download page.
- Unzip this file into a temporary folder (Example: C:\Temp\)
- After unzipping it, open the folder qemu-0.9.0-arm
- Copy all files from this folder (including subfolders keymaps and License) to qemu folder on org.eclipse.tml.device.qemuarm plugin in your workspace. In case you are prompted for confirmation, overwrite any file. NOTE: If you obtained TmL from the SDK zip file, the plugin org.eclipse.tml.device.qemuarm will be in the form of a JAR file instead of a folder. In this case you must extract the JAR file to a folder named org.eclipse.tml.device.qemuarm inside the Eclipse plugins folder and perform the copy described above. Then, remove the JAR file, otherwise this plugin would look duplicated to Eclipse.
- Change files arm_root.img and integratorcp.zImage to read-only.
Configuring the example org.eclipse.tml.device.qemureact
- Get the file Preloaded with QEmu (sourceforge link). Don´t use save link as, it won´t work, just click it. If you have any problem to download this file you should try the Preloaded with QEmu link at QEmu ReactOS download page.
- Unzip this file into a temporary folder (Example: C:\Temp\).
- After unzipping it, open the folder ReactOS-0.3.3-QEMU.
- Copy all files from this folder (including subfolders keymaps and License) to qemu folder on org.eclipse.tml.device.qemureact plugin in your workspace. In case you are prompted for confirmation, overwrite any file. NOTE: If you obtained TmL from the SDK zip file, the plugin org.eclipse.tml.device.qemureact will be in the form of a JAR file instead of a folder. In this case you must extract the JAR file to a folder named org.eclipse.tml.device.qemureact inside the Eclipse plugins folder and perform the copy described above. Then, remove the JAR file, otherwise this plugin would look duplicated to Eclipse.
- Change the file ReactOS.vmdk to read-only.
Running TmL Demo
- After examples already configured rebuild all TmL projects (or use clean if your build automatically is checked).
- Select any TmL plugin and run it as Eclipse Application.
- Open the TmL Perspective so as to create emulator instances. As an example, the following steps guide you in creating and starting a QEmuReact instance.
- Create a new QEmuReact instance. Do this by selecting File > New > Other..., then choose QemuReact Device Instance Wizard inside Emulators folder and click Next.
- Type a name for the instance and click Next.
- Enter localhost for the Host, :0.0 for the Display and 5900 for the Port. Click Finish and the new instance is created.
- Some machines already using the port 5900 for other VNC connections. If you need change this values remember that port and display should be increase together: for port 5901 use :1.0, for port 5902 use :2.0 and go on.
- Select the instance just created on Instance Management view and click Start Instance.
- After the instance starting process completes, select the the instance again on Instance Management view and click Connect VNC so as to start viewing the Emulator screen. The VNC Viewer view shows up displaying the QemuReact desktop. The desktop should look like this:
Comments and questions
- Please send us your comments, suggestions or questions. It is very important to help us improving our framework.
- Newsgroups: news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.dsdp.tml
- Mailing List: email@example.com
Trademarks and Copyright
- QEmu is a trademark of Fabrice Bellard.
- ARM is a registered trademark of ARM Limited.
- ReactOS is a registered trademark or a trademark of ReactOS Foundation in the United States and other countries.