Running Linux for ARM processors under QEMU

Posted by pdwerryhouse on Jun 28, 2006 11:37 PM EDT
Nepotismia; By Paul Dwerryhouse
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QEMU is well known as an x86 CPU emulator, and is often used as a free alternative to VMware. What is less well known is that QEMU also has the ability to emulate a number of other architectures; AMD64, Sparc, MIPS, PPC and ARM CPUs all have varying levels of support. This article is a guide to building a Debian ARM/Linux guest system under QEMU.

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