Emulating a Raspberry Pi in QEMU | Interrupt

The Raspberry Pi, a compact single-board computer, is widely used for DIY projects to industrial applications. These devices ship with a customized Linux distribution that differs from standard Linux, adding a layer of complexity for developers trying to troubleshoot application problems and dependencies.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://interrupt.memfault.com/blog/emulating-raspberry-pi-in-qemu

Neat! I especially appreciate that despite the new default password policy, you still used pi:raspberry with the new way :slight_smile:

I noticed you fired up QEMU with -nographic. Does the RPi OS GUI require extra work to bring up in QEMU? Or did you just elect not to use it for this example?