You should be able to use QEMU to emulate ARM platforms. Be warned, its *very* 
slow.


> On Aug 6, 2017, at 5:39 PM, Michael Robinson <mich...@robinson-west.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Do I need a physical Raspberry Pi 2 to test software developed for
> it that doesn't compile on the Raspberry Pi 3 or is there a way on
> my AMD based 64 bit Fedora 26 system to emulate a Raspberry Pi 2?
> 
> Of course the proprietary software in question which I will not describe
> in any detail, don't ask, apparently doesn't compile on
> the 3.  The code is C code.
> 
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