[Arm-dev] Arm Development Using QEMU

Johnny Hughes johnny at centos.org
Tue Oct 2 14:56:23 UTC 2018


On 09/30/2018 08:08 AM, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
> W dniu 28.09.2018 o 12:42, karthi mohanraj pisze:
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I’m a newbie to arm architecture. I want to setup a development VM
>> with ARMv8 board using QEMU/KVM on CentOS based host. Is there any
>> documentation available to try out?
>>
>> Or is there any other easy way to achieve this as i need to have a
>> Development setup for CentOS?
>>
>> Please suggest me if any other better way to achieve this.
> Easiest? Install AAVMF (uefi firmware for armv8), virt-manager and
> qemu-system-arm.
> 
> Run Virt-manager, choose 'new VM', open architecture chooser, select
> aarch64. Give it hdd, install iso and go.

You can also follow this guide to install a 32 bit VM on an aarch64
host, if 32 bit arm is what you want to dev on:

https://www.arrfab.net/posts/2017/Sep/29/using-centos-7-armhfp-vm-on-centos-7-aarch64/

Thanks,
Johnny Hughes

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