We already covered how Linux executes files and how to run ARM binaries “natively” in Linux in the last two posts. We ended up running a whole ARM root filesystem transparently in a chroot jail using QEMU user mode and binfmt_misc support. Now that we have that covered, nothing prevents us from applying that to …
What? you can do that in Linux? It turns out you can! First, let’s see it in action. Here I retrieve a binary from my Raspberry Pi which is an ARM binary and execute it in my x86_64 machine transparently. If you try to do this… it won’t work right away.
zsh: exec format error: ./echo
This is a little guide to emulate the Raspbian operating system for ARM on QEMU with network connectivity. I found most resources on this outdated, relying on broken links, and lacking the steps for network access, so I reviewed them and streamlined the process. Long story short If you haven’t yet, install QEMU on your …