UEFI Automated ARM for Libirt/KVM
- Create an UEFI (newish) ARM Hard Float (32-bit) virtual machine for Libvirt/KVM using automated image build using Packer.
- See Four ARMs for Libvirt/KVM Virtualisation for prerequisites, why, and other alternatives.
NB Instead of vmlinuz and initrd.gz as the filenames you should use filenames that include the debian version and architecture (e.g. call vmlinuz debian-10.6.0-armhf-vmlinuz).
Subsequent instructions assume you have the renamed files in /home/user/Downloads.
Your UEFI ARM Hard Float Virtual Machine is now ready for use.