Although many operating system are available for the Raspberry Pi, the official one is the Raspberry Pi Os. The operating system is made to run for the arm architecture, and can be easily installed on the SD card which will be used as the main Raspberry Pi storage device. Sometimes we may want to perform some tests or try some applications without having a physical Raspberry Pi machine; in this tutorial we will see how we can create a virtual machine with the Raspberry Pi Os system using Qemu and Kvm (Kernel Virtual Machine).
In this tutorial you will learn:
- How to install qemu and kvm
- How to download and check the integrity of the latest Raspberry Pi Os version (Buster)
- How to run the Raspberry Pi Os in a virtual machine