ARM development

A picture of a Raspberry Pi connected to the JTAG port of Netgear router, with special effects added

Developing software and firmware for ARM-based hardware

Note that the photo above depicts both ARM and MIPS hardware. They are a Raspberry PI and a Netgear WNDR3800 router, respectively.

Fast builds of armel software on Linux x64

The fastest and most practical way to build software for armel is to cross-compile on an x86_64 machine even for a Linux 2.6-series kernel

(Almost) modern Debian for a Craig CLP281

Around 2011 Android devices based on the WonderMedia 8xxx-series SoC (ARM v5) were being sold as netbooks. This article describes how to get Devuan Jessie running from SD card on one such: a Craig CLP281 Netbook.

ARM Libvirt/KVM virtualization (8)

For 32-bit ARM, whether you want an old school or UEFI virtual machine in Libvirt/KVM, and automated or ‘manual’ creation, here there are docs.