Thanks Alex for the reply ..

>
> Can you run under -s -S and gdb step the *guest* and see where it ends
> up. The above error is usually indicative of the guest going off into
> the weeds somewhere because the hardware isn't what it expects.
>

So, after your reply that it might be because of the
hardware-mismatch, I kinda took a detour, and installed a arm32 "virt"
machine on qemu on a x86_64 host, as per the steps at
https://translatedcode.wordpress.com/2016/11/03/installing-debian-on-qemus-32-bit-arm-virt-board/

All went fine, and then I compiled rumprun on this "virt" guest.
Finally, upon running, I now get this :

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ajay@debian:~/rumprun-arm32$ qemu-system-arm -machine virt -nographic
-kernel helloer.bin
qemu: fatal: Trying to execute code outside RAM or ROM at 0x00100000

R00=00000000 R01=00000000 R02=00000000 R03=00000000
R04=00000000 R05=00000000 R06=00000000 R07=00000000
R08=00000000 R09=00000000 R10=00000000 R11=00000000
R12=00000000 R13=00000000 R14=00000000 R15=00100000
PSR=400001d3 -Z-- A svc32
s00=00000000 s01=00000000 d00=0000000000000000
s02=00000000 s03=00000000 d01=0000000000000000
s04=00000000 s05=00000000 d02=0000000000000000
s06=00000000 s07=00000000 d03=0000000000000000
s08=00000000 s09=00000000 d04=0000000000000000
s10=00000000 s11=00000000 d05=0000000000000000
s12=00000000 s13=00000000 d06=0000000000000000
s14=00000000 s15=00000000 d07=0000000000000000
s16=00000000 s17=00000000 d08=0000000000000000
s18=00000000 s19=00000000 d09=0000000000000000
s20=00000000 s21=00000000 d10=0000000000000000
s22=00000000 s23=00000000 d11=0000000000000000
s24=00000000 s25=00000000 d12=0000000000000000
s26=00000000 s27=00000000 d13=0000000000000000
s28=00000000 s29=00000000 d14=0000000000000000
s30=00000000 s31=00000000 d15=0000000000000000
s32=00000000 s33=00000000 d16=0000000000000000
s34=00000000 s35=00000000 d17=0000000000000000
s36=00000000 s37=00000000 d18=0000000000000000
s38=00000000 s39=00000000 d19=0000000000000000
s40=00000000 s41=00000000 d20=0000000000000000
s42=00000000 s43=00000000 d21=0000000000000000
s44=00000000 s45=00000000 d22=0000000000000000
s46=00000000 s47=00000000 d23=0000000000000000
s48=00000000 s49=00000000 d24=0000000000000000
s50=00000000 s51=00000000 d25=0000000000000000
s52=00000000 s53=00000000 d26=0000000000000000
s54=00000000 s55=00000000 d27=0000000000000000
s56=00000000 s57=00000000 d28=0000000000000000
s58=00000000 s59=00000000 d29=0000000000000000
s60=00000000 s61=00000000 d30=0000000000000000
s62=00000000 s63=00000000 d31=0000000000000000
FPSCR: 00000000
Aborted
##########################################################################################


Additionally, I compiled rumprun on a beaglebone-green-wireless (arm32
machine), and did the same test.
(Fortunately), I got the exact same stacktrace as above, so I guess
it's no more  an issue with hardware-mismatch now ..

Not sure if this is an issue with qemu now, or rumprun ...


Thanks and Regards,
Ajay

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