We are setting up a lab which has the QEMU system to emulate an ARM processor and run assembly programs. The lab is currently setup with the host operating system as Ubuntu. We are migrating the lab to RHEL environment. We are going to use RHEL 5.6 version OS. These are the set of software that needs to be installed to make the lab up and running.
- QEMU Emulator - It was fairly straight-forward. I used the command yum install qemu and yum install qemu-kvm for the virtualization.
- GCC for ARM - I am actually stuck in this process. I downloaded the gcc arm from this link. I used the command, tar xjvf gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_7-2013q1-20130313-linux.tar.bz2 to extract the file and install it. However, after installation if I run the command,arm-none-eabi-gcc --version it is not giving me the version but an error saying command not found.
- GDB communicating with the QEMU/ARM program being executed.
What am doing wrong in the installation process?
The contents of the tar ball after extraction are as below. There are 5 folders named,
- gcc- arm-none-eabi-4_7-2013q2