Re: emulate ARM ?

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On Nov 15, 2023, at 20:11, Warren Young <warren@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Docker also uses QEMU in this fashion:

I forgot to point out that “docker” is actually an alias for Podman on the test system, which fully satisfies your wish for using only things that come with the platform, no third-party programs, Podman being a Red Hat project.

My example used a statically-linked binary to keep things simple, simplifying cross-platform execution, but for larger programs needing third-party libraries, containerization gives you another benefit here: a way to cart around the rest of the platform needed to run your ARM binaries.
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