Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Simulating an ARM code on x86 with qemu

Author: Srinath M. (srinath_m)
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I want to run a simple ARM cortex-M3 program (does nothing, just 
initializes pins) meant for an STM32F4 on qemu

I tried the following
srinath@umdLenovoG570:~/qemu-1.4.1/arm-softmmu$ ./qemu-system-arm -cpu 
cortex-m3 -S -s -singlestep -nographic -m 513 -kernel 
~/autoquad/autoquad-read-only/onboardCode/THUMB\ Release/hello.elf

But i get the following error

rom: requested regions overlap (rom phdr #2: 
Release/hello.elf. free=0x00000000080261ac, addr=0x00000000080259f0)
rom loading failed

Could someone tell me what i am missing?


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