Abandon everything you know

Hi, I’m Max. Welcome to my blog!

I like to talk about low-level things like Rust, network protocols, and my work on Chromium for Igalia. Posts are usually about personal or work projects, sometimes small and sometimes larger, or other stuff I find worth sharing.

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Using QEMU and binfmt_misc to chroot into an aarch64 file system I recently messed up my Raspberry Pi's boot configuration, which I wanted to fix using my desktop PC. This involved more than just editing some text files, though; I needed to regenerate the initramfs. In theory, we can just chroot into the filesystem and run the right command. In practice, this means running aarch64 binaries on an x64 machine. How can we do that?
Initial post I'm starting a blog! Here's how the current setup works.