Just wondering if anyone has tried getting a binary compiled for x86 to run on a Raspberry Pi.
At the moment I'm trying bochs though cannot actually get anything to run. I've tried downloading a linux image from the bochs site but keeps throwing up an error. So I then tried making my own image using TinyCore but that too refuses to do anything. It always seems to complain about needing an option, not sure which option it's complaining about but there seems to be a lot of options to go through, understandably.
Which is why I'm hoping someone has already tried this out and would be kind enough to put the bochsrc file on this forum.
I'm also in the middle of downloading qemu, just so I can give that a go as well. Looking at the docs, it seems QEMU might be able to run a x86 binary without the need for a virtual host, which sounds ideal.
If I find out how to get it running in the mean time, I'll post it here as I'm sure I won't be the only one that would like to try it.