Some Up Dates for IDA 6.x & 7 and QEMU
Shortly after I downloaded the IDA-7 x64 ARM Disassembler Demo,
it then became only available to corporate users.
Also just noticed this ML post.Re: Firmware Dumping and Loading into IDA
« Reply #14 on: July 20, 2017 by a1ex
IDA 6.x by a1ex Re: Getting around:-
Also because the IDA Demos have various limitations,
it's possible to, rapidly, switch some of the IDA Options ON and OFF.
So when attempting to MATCH something in the dis-assembly some IDA Options can be switched ON.
i.e. A Verbose Dis-Assembly mode.
And when attempting just to COPY something in the dis-assembly all the
IDA Options can then be switched OFF.
i.e. A Simple and Basic mode.
There is also another recent Windows 10 Creators Fall Up-Date that might be of some interest
for any one who wants to try to run some CHDK stuff in QEMU
"...Win-10v16299 SubSystem for Linux (WSL)
Another key upgrade is that the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is now fully released.
Once again, there are several steps involved: enable the feature, install your preferred distro
from the Store, run the app to complete.
This is a huge feature though for admins, developers and power users, and works like magic ...."
That relates to this series of ML posts:-Compiling Magic Lantern on Windows 10 (using its Linux subsystem)
« (starting) on:
August 06, 2017 by g3gg0
"...It is possible to compile magic lantern
on windows, without
any third-party-programs like cygwin, MSYS, VirtualBox etc by solely using windows' native linux compatibility layer....."
(or: how to run Canon OS
within the linux environment
within windows 10
on a x64 CPU
and this series of ML posts.Re: How to run Magic Lantern into QEMU?!...
« Reply #218 on:
October 02, 2017,
IDA-7 Edit #1:- Freeware version of IDA v7.0
The "new" freeware version of IDA v7.0 has the following limitations:-
ALSO there is now NO ARM SUPPORT, (i.e. Intel ONLY)
- no commercial use is allowed
- lacks all features introduced in IDA > v7.0
- lacks support for many processors, file formats, debugging etc...
- comes without technical support
but the IDA 7.0 freeware documentation still has various ARM related stuff
Qemu Edit #2:- DIGIC 7 Emulation Ready and Initial [ML] Support
Ref:- [ML]DIGIC 7 Development (.....) by a1ex
« Reply #35 on: April 30, 2018https://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=19737.msg200799#msg200799
[ML] DIGIC 7 Development (QEMU) "...Emulation ready...")https://bitbucket.org/hudson/magic-lantern/commits/a20c79bcfe12867a2d62fc50e2fe628fa16f9200