MakerBoard is utility and emulation for development boards, it supports
MediaTek LinkIt Smart 7688 and
MediaTek LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo currently.
This project supported by MakerCup Community, visit LinkIt-7688 Channel for more discussions.
MakerBoard can only be running on Linux. It depends on qemu and utilities which you need to install first.
sudo apt-get install qemu-user-static squashfs-tools
Known issue: QEMU on
Ubuntu 14.4 has a critical bug that it doesn't recognize ELF format. Trying to upgrade QEMU to 2.1+ version to solve this problem.
To make sure you have Node.js already, then install MakerBoard globally via NPM:
npm install makerboard -g
makerboard utility can be used once you installed it.
Create a folder and prepare an emulation environment in it:
makerboard create my7688
If you want to create emulation environment by using own rootfs image, you can execute with option
makerboard create my7688 -i /opt/foo/rootfs.squashfs
run command, we can run and enter to specific emulation environment:
makerboard run my7688
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