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Old 08-06-2009, 05:10 AM   #1
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run arm executable on i686 machine

i have bootstrapped an arm toolchain (gcc, newlibc, binutils, etc) on my i686 Debian machine; successfully as it seems, since i managed to produce an arm executable. This executable is destined to be run on an embedded arm computer. The question is how could i test this executable? A hint?

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Possibly using Qemu.
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