For those of us too eager to test if our favorite piece of Linux code will run on ARM, I've written a little tutorial on setting QEMU up in Windows, setting up TAP and installing Debian. Here's the link:
Just so the lazy don't feel discouraged: I've made a couple of torrents. This one is for LXDE:
And this one is for Debian with Gnome:
All you need is QEMU for Windows. I've made a fat-free, ARM-emulation-only ZIP file you can download here:
Unzip'em all to the same folder, run the .BAT file for the corresponding image and voilá! Instant Linux on ARM.
P.S. the username on the pre-baked images is always user and the passwords are always password. Classy, I know. If you want to get internet on those images, you'll have to follow the tutorial anyways, at least the part about networking. Also, be sure to name your TAP adapters TAP32 like mine, or edit the .BAT files to match the name you use.
Bumsfallera uploaded the two images to his FTP server, might be faster than the torrent. (his own words)
LXDE version: ftp://220.127.116.11/download/.....-en-uk.rar
Gnome version: ftp://18.104.22.168/download/.....-en-uk.rar
goldenfenix tells us that to get 800x600 resolution we need to create /etc/X11/xorg.conf with:
Identifier "Default Screen"
# Viewport 0 0
And then reboot.