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Re: mirage examples running on android

On 17 Sep 2013, at 12:16, Christopher Greenhalgh wrote:

> I’ve managed to get the mirage (0.9.6) examples ‘basic’ and ‘static_website’ 
> running on Android (as native unix/socket applications). Working notes 
> arehttps://github.com/cgreenhalgh/opensharingtoolkit/blob/master/docs/mirageonandroid.md


re that doc, you say 

        • it wasn't obvious from the introductory documentation on the Xen wiki 
that you can't opam install mirage-xen and mirage-unix at the same time, so if 
you have installed for one target (or mirari has done for you) then you need to 
"opam switch ..." (and/or "opem remove ..." it) before you can install/build 
for the other target.

...was that clear from the mirage wiki install page though? (if not, i'll 

        • mirage 0.9.6 doesn't seem to print console output; had to use Mort's 
version, https://github.com/mor1/mirage

...i believe there's an outstanding PR for that in flight already -- anil, 
dave, others-- let me know if you can't see it, or if there're issues with it.

re running socket examples-- presumably as root, ie., you need to be running a 
rooted phone?

i wonder if it's worth putting together something for the mirage wiki about 
more advanced build environments/targets?



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