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Free Electrons has an excellent example of a tiny ARM Linux demo that runs in QEMU. The footprint, including everything, is about 2.1 M. The full text below is for your convenience, be sure to visit the original site. From this … Continue reading →
My previous post showed how to setup for ARM cross development in Eclipse. Similarly NetBeans can easily setup to host ARM development too. Here is how you can do it on a Windows machine.
See this FreeRTOS on ARM in QEMU blog .
In QEMU, a few interesting ARM boards are emulated. Sections in the QEMU user manual lists the most popular processors and systems.
NetBeans is a nicer and simpler tool among a few similar IDEs. Below it is a list of reference readings on NetBeans Forums and its issue tracker. The interesting link in the issues is to use it to build firefox … Continue reading →
ARM has ported linux to the Cortex M3 microprocessor. See the linux link on arm site. Update 2012-9-26: How to run it in QEMU.
Eclipse is not easy to setup to use a new toolchain. The information from the Managed Build System Extensibility Document will sure point anyone to the right direction. However, most people prefer a pre-built solution.