I have a question about the ARM architecture and software for it.(And maybe architectures in general) If I would want to put Linux on a ARM board that has enough storage(RAM and SD Card), but there was no one who made Linux drivers for it yet. And I would compile a Linux kernel for ARM, and load it into the memory of that ARM soc, and execute it. Would it then run?(theoretically) Yes I know I wouldn't have ANY way of knowing it would run, but would it run?
If so, then it wouldn't be much effort to create a TTY(serial) driver and a SD driver, right?
Which then would give me a working, very basic Linux installation right?
I don't know much about architectures and Linux, so that is why I am asking these question, I am just curious.(And maybe want to try it out on something, I have written a simple driver before)