g). However, that tries to execute everything in the faux-68k's mem, regardless of whether or not its a program, or even whether or not its my program. Reading the program documentation, there was a teeny little modifyer to
g, called address, and using that, I was able to start the execution at the beginning of the program. This produced the expected results ("Hello!"). R0x0rs.
And now, because of that, Intro to Microcomputers has earned me doing its HW first.