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Compiling for arm [closed]

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I am trying to write my own C code to execute it with an ARM architecture.

For now, I am just using this command and it works fine:

build/ARM/gem5.opt configs/example/se.py --cmd=tests/test-progs/hello/bin/arm/linux/hello

I created another hello2.c and compiled it with the commad: gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi -o hello2

However, now, when I try to execute the new binary file: build/ARM/gem5.opt configs/example/se.py --cmd=tests/test-progs/hello/bin/arm/linux/hello2

I get:

gem5 Simulator System.  http://gem5.org
gem5 is copyrighted software; use the --copyright option for details.

gem5 compiled Oct  9 2017 16:03:09
gem5 started Oct  9 2017 16:30:16
gem5 executing on lnis-All-Series, pid 9589
command line: build/ARM/gem5.opt configs/example/se.py --cmd=tests/test-progs/hello/bin/arm/linux/hello2

Global frequency set at 1000000000000 ticks per second
warn: DRAM device capacity (8192 Mbytes) does not match the address range assigned (512 Mbytes)
fatal: Unable to open dynamic executable's interpreter.
Memory Usage: 662072 KBytes


I suspect I might have not used the appropriate command to compile my C file, any idea which one would be correct?


closed with the note: I found the solution
asked Oct 9 in Compiling by jackoup (140 points)
closed Oct 10 by jackoup