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I am reversing an ELF file, it's ARM architecture file.
But my OS is AMD linux.
How can I do reversing work for the ARM ELF file on AMD linux?

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  • it doesn't matter, you are reversing statically. use radare as a answered in your previous question - reverseengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/27738/…
    – R4444
    May 28 '21 at 16:39
  • @R4444, Thank you. for your answers. BTW, I can't find main function with this radare tool, and I can see some html strings, so I think it's a script file. Then what is the best way to reverse this file (compiled script file)?
    – three2zero
    May 29 '21 at 14:28
  • can you show us file filename output?
    – R4444
    May 29 '21 at 15:20
  • @R4444, you can see it in my previous question reverseengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/27738/…
    – three2zero
    May 29 '21 at 15:35
  • @R4444, Thank you. I found the main function with cutter tool.
    – three2zero
    May 29 '21 at 16:17
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You can do reverse engineering for almost arm architecture binaries with radare2.
Radare2 has architecture option -a.

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Your host architecture has little to do with reverse engineering, unless you are trying to execute a binary. Decompilers/disassemblers are built to understand a variety of binary formats (not too different from a video player that handles many codecs). As long as your tools support the architecture, you're fine.

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