Questions tagged [arm]

Questions related to the CPU and instruction set of the Raspberry Pi. See also: cross-compiling

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Big Endian distribution for the Raspberry Pi

I have an application that I'm writing on a little endian x86 system, but I would like to test it on a big endian processor to ensure compatibility. I understand that the ARM processor can go big ...
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ARM dissasembler

I'm attempting to do an object dump of an assembled program for the pi. I have main.o main.s main.elf and main.bin otool -tV main.o This results in main.o: is not an object file What am I doing ...
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Detect that a python program is running on the pi

I've got a python script that uses sys.platform.startswith('linux') to test if it is on linux or not, but then I can't tell the difference between the x86/64 processor, and the raspberry pi's ARM ...
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TeamSpeak in VOX mode on the Raspberry Pi

I would really like to run a TeamSpeak client in VOX mode on my Pi. My goal is to hook the Pi to a USB sound card and wire that to my two way portable radio that is VOX. Has anyone done this?
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How to add ARM properly to the build target (Code::blocks)

I want to develop C++ applications for my PI on my PC, I made a develop environment in Ubuntu with the Code::blocks IDE. The problem is that my PC is X86, and the PI is ARM. So how can I add ARM to ...
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building kernel image (.img) including ramdisk

I have built my Linux kernel (3.0.1) for my Raspberry Pi with these following steps: 1. Downloading kernel source 2. tar xvf source.tar.bz2 3. downloading arm cross compilation tool. 4. tar xvf arm-...
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Cambridge University Raspberry Pi Operating system development Guide Questions

I'm a high level app developer (C#, python) and I'd like to get my hands dirty with low level embedded application development. Cambridge University has posted a series of tutorials teaching you how ...
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Writing ARM Assembly code

After getting my Raspberry Pi, I decided that I wanted to learn how to write ARM assembly code. My question is, what do I need to get started? I assume that there is already a compiler installed but I ...
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Is mame ARM compatible?

I'm still waiting on my Raspberry Pi, but when I get it, will it be possible to run Mame on it? I'm not concerned about how it will perform, but I've got my mind set on a project and want to know if ...
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Is the Raspberry Pi a good teaching tool for students learning assembler?

When I took an assembler course, we used a NIOS II Altera board which had a display, some LED lights and programmable buttons. One of the more useful exercises was to write a binary calculator using ...