21 May '16, 4am

"Virtually Free Rapsberry Pis" #cybersecurity #RaspberryPi

Al Williams 1 day ago Categories: Hackaday Columns , Raspberry Pi , Skills Tags: cross development , emulation , linux , qemu , raspberry pi One of the nice things about the Raspberry Pi is that it runs Linux and you can do a lot of development right on the board. The converse of that is you can do a lot of development on a Linux desktop and then move things over to the Pi once you get the biggest bugs out. However, sometimes you really need to run code on the actual platform. There is, however, an in-between solution that has the added benefit of upping your skills: emulate a Pi on your desktop. If you use Linux or Windows on your desktop, you can use QEMU to execute Raspberry Pi software virtually. This might be useful if you don’t have a Pi (or, at least, don’t have it with you). Or you just want to leverage your large computer to simplify development. Of course we woul...

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