This weekend I take time again to play arround with ArchLinux|ARM on a Raspberry Pi 2.
My weekend project is about writing a basic sensor-based application on the ArchLinux|ARM
platform. However, before I can write the first line of code to access an I2C sensor,
I need to …
A really nice tool to customize disk images for ARM-based single board computers, like
the Raspberry Pi, is QEMU. QEMU advertises itself as a generic and open source
machine emulator and virtualizer [1, 2].
In other words, QEMU can run operating systems and programs made for different
architectures, like ARM …