currently I try to emulate the ARM version of Manjaro while using a "normal" 64bit architecture with Manjaro as a host. To do this, I took the installation image for the Pinebook Pro and decompress it (Manjaro-ARM-xfce-pbpro-19.12.1.img).
Then I created an VM with virtmanager/QEMU and the following settings:
architecture: aarch64 OS: Arch Linux machine typ: virt existing HDD image: Manjaro-ARM-xfce-pbpro-19.12.1.img number of CPUs: 1 memory: 2048 MB
After booting, I get the following output (without pressing any button):
UEFI Interactive Shell v2.287477C2-69C7-11D2-8E39-00A0C969723B BD374E20 EDK IIlProtocolInterface: 752F3136-4E16-4FDC-A22A-E5F46812F4CA BD366F98 UEFI v2.70 (EDK II, 0x00010000)008-7F9B-4F30-87AC-60C9FEF5DA4E BBD5ECF0 Mapping table BLK2: Alias(s): VenHw(93E34C7E-B50E-11DF-9223-2443DFD72085,00) BLK0: Alias(s): PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1,0x3)/Pci(0x0,0x0) BLK1: Alias(s): PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1,0x3)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/HD(1,MBR,0x781B2CF9,0xF424,0x8A63DC) Press ESC in 1 seconds to skip startup.nsh or any other key to continue. Shell>
Pressing ESC or any other button doesn't makes a difference.
How can I manage to start the emulation? It seems like startup.nsh isn't started and the shell doesn't seems to work - if I try to use cd or ls, there is the error message
Current directory not specified.