QNX and ARM

Started by Piotr in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

Hello, I would like to install QNX on my development board S3CEV40 (Samsung S3C44B0x ARM7TDMI). There isn't BSP for this platform, so I...

Hello, I would like to install QNX on my development board S3CEV40 (Samsung S3C44B0x ARM7TDMI). There isn't BSP for this platform, so I installed 'arm-bsp-integrator'. I know, that I must change the source of the BSP to match my hardware, but I don't know how can I begin? I were reading 'QNX Neutrino 6.3 - Building Embedded Systems', but there aren't any hints on match the BSP with ha...


Require documents of BSP in Tornado

Started by manjula in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply
BSP

Hello iam new to tornado. i am in a project which needs to develop BSP. But i don't no how to do it. if any one had good documents about BSP's...

Hello iam new to tornado. i am in a project which needs to develop BSP. But i don't no how to do it. if any one had good documents about BSP's in tornado please send me to manjula_143_hyd@yahoo.com Thanking you Manjula


Porting colilo and BSP to custom MCF5484 board

Started by James Kimble in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

I'm attempting to load Linux onto a custom board that was based on the 5485EVB evaluation board. I was able to load the BSP distribution...

I'm attempting to load Linux onto a custom board that was based on the 5485EVB evaluation board. I was able to load the BSP distribution of Linux (from Freescale) onto the eval board with few problems. I pushed colilo onto the flash and just loaded the image into RAM via tftp. That all works fine. Now I need to get this onto my custom board. The primary difference between the boards is t...


Best tool to compare two linux source codes

Started by piyushpandey in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 20 replies

Hi I want to know the best software tool for comparing the differences in the linux kernel. Actually I have STM32 microcontroller based...

Hi I want to know the best software tool for comparing the differences in the linux kernel. Actually I have STM32 microcontroller based development board for which I got the BSP in which the Linux Kernel is present. The version of the BSP of the linux kernel is 2.6.32 I downloaded the original kernel with same version from kernel.org Now I am trying to extract the differences betwee...


how to generate vxworks bsp

Started by xtmtd in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

hi, i want to generate bsp for vxworks in the xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate libraray ans bsps", but then a problem come up to...

hi, i want to generate bsp for vxworks in the xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate libraray ans bsps", but then a problem come up to me. /cygdrive/c/EDK/gnu/powerpc-eabi/nt/bin/../lib/gcc/powerpc-eabi/3.4.1/../../../../powerpc-eabi/b in/ld: cannot find boot.o collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [TestApp_Memory/executable.elf] Error 1 though it works well whe


how to generate vxworks bsp?

Started by xtmtd in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

hi, i want to generate vxworks bsp in xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate library and bsps",the following error comes to me: ...

hi, i want to generate vxworks bsp in xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate library and bsps",the following error comes to me: /cygdrive/c/EDK/gnu/powerpc-eabi/nt/bin/../lib/gcc/powerpc-eabi/3.4.1/../../../../powerpc-eabi/b in/ld: cannot find boot.o collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [TestApp_Memory/executable.elf] Error 1 the problem is that, it will works ok when


how to generate a vxworks bsp ?

Started by xtmtd in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

hi, i want to generate vxworks bsp in xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate library and bsps",the following error comes to...

hi, i want to generate vxworks bsp in xilinx edk after clicking down the "generate library and bsps",the following error comes to me: /cygdrive/c/EDK/gnu/powerpc-eabi/nt/bin/../lib/gcc/powerpc-eabi/3.4.1/../../../../powerpc-eabi/b in/ld: cannot find boot.o collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [TestApp_Memory/executable.elf] Error 1 the problem is that, it will works ok whe


ucos-ii and arm

Started by sanjay in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 1 reply

Hello can anyone give me small examples to port ucos-ii on arm lpc2106 and how to write bsp

Hello can anyone give me small examples to port ucos-ii on arm lpc2106 and how to write bsp


RTEMS on LEON

Started by Noah538 in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 3 replies

Can any one tell me how to develop device driver in RTEMS with LEON2 BSP? What is the debugging process, debugger? My Target is LEON2 Host...

Can any one tell me how to develop device driver in RTEMS with LEON2 BSP? What is the debugging process, debugger? My Target is LEON2 Host is x86/Linux thanks.


Board Support Packages

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

Hi group, What are board support packages?are they similar to BIOS,since they act like a bridge between OS and hardware?How does a BSP...

Hi group, What are board support packages?are they similar to BIOS,since they act like a bridge between OS and hardware?How does a BSP work.?Someone please clarify on this.. regards Jayanthi


How to Build a Board with DSP chip

Started by Simone Mehta in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 12 replies

Hi , I want to build a board (BSP) . I have with me a TI processor . and want to use some RTOS (like pSOS/VxWorks ). I don;t know whether...

Hi , I want to build a board (BSP) . I have with me a TI processor . and want to use some RTOS (like pSOS/VxWorks ). I don;t know whether this is possible but want your Inputs. If suppose I have the RTOSes I have mentioned do their kernel run on TI processor chips. Getting up a Host/Target ENV will be my next job. TIA, Simone81


A missing PPC405 instruction

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 3 replies
BSP

Hi All, I was unable find a description of a PPC405 instruction "blrl". It looks like a branch, but I never found it in the manuals like...

Hi All, I was unable find a description of a PPC405 instruction "blrl". It looks like a branch, but I never found it in the manuals like UG11. The instruction use can be found in e.g. edk_root/sw/lib/bsp/xilkernel_v4_00_a/src/syscall/arch/ppc405/ mksyscall.S Thanks, Andrew


Building the Board Support Packages

Started by piyushpandey in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 7 replies

Hello TO all guys I want to know that how to make a BSP ( Board support Packages ) for a new hardware using Linux kernel. I mean is there...

Hello TO all guys I want to know that how to make a BSP ( Board support Packages ) for a new hardware using Linux kernel. I mean is there any tutorial in regard with this topic. Also what are the basic requirements in order to move in this direction. Actually I want to practice it and want to test it on the virtual emulator like Qemu and than I will port it to my new hardware. ...


VME Auto system controller ID issue

Started by Bo in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 8 replies

We are using Motorola MVME5100 boards and VxWorks 6.3. We modified the delivered BSP to allow us to have shared memory windows across all...

We are using Motorola MVME5100 boards and VxWorks 6.3. We modified the delivered BSP to allow us to have shared memory windows across all processor cards. Now, our problem appears to be that the auto syscon feature of the board is not working properly. That is to say, if any controller, not in slot 0, is present and has auto-config jumper set to AUTO., then we see the following behavior:...


Nucleus RTOS I/O Driver Advice

Started by Michel in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

I am new to Nucleus RTOS and I am trying to sketch out the architecture for a set of drivers that I will write for a BSP. I would...

I am new to Nucleus RTOS and I am trying to sketch out the architecture for a set of drivers that I will write for a BSP. I would greatly appreciate any tips or I/O driver examples that might help me along with the design. I want to use the standard Nucleus I/O driver requests to implement (among others) a two layered I/O driver to access an RTC connected on an I2C bus. I would like to...


Hardware platform for embedded linux

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 6 replies

Hi I am looking to create a small linux based device with the following functionality: 1. Must run apache (or other PHP compatible)...

Hi I am looking to create a small linux based device with the following functionality: 1. Must run apache (or other PHP compatible) webserver 2. Must have ethernet connectivity 3. Must be fanless 4. Must be able to run off solid state disk (eg CF card) 5. Ideally should run 2.6 kernel 6. Should have a good BSP for development 7. Ideally should have its own enclosure 8. Ideall...


Regarding Location monitors and MVME5100.What exactly is a "LOCATION MONITOR?"

Started by ssubbarayan in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 5 replies

Dear all, Can some one explain me what exactly is meant by "LOCATION MONITORS?"I have come across this term often when ever theres...

Dear all, Can some one explain me what exactly is meant by "LOCATION MONITORS?"I have come across this term often when ever theres a reference to the Motorola processors and MVME5100.Whats the purpose of this location monitors?While working with Vxworks also in the BSP I have come across LOCATION MONITORS but never got an oppurtunity to work in it.Is this available on our normal X86 proce...


makeSymTbl filters required symbols

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago

I am using VxWorks 5.5 with a BSP for the 5307 Coldfire CPU, and the Diab 4.4 compiler. The problem is this: The makeSymTbl.tcl script...

I am using VxWorks 5.5 with a BSP for the 5307 Coldfire CPU, and the Diab 4.4 compiler. The problem is this: The makeSymTbl.tcl script filters symbols that do not begin with an underscore =93_=94. This removes symbols from the symbol table such as =91dbmul=92 and =91fltused=92 found in libdcc.a., libcfp.a, and/or libimpfp.a. When creating a dynamically loadable module (.out), the load...


MPC5200B Startup

Started by sburck in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

I'm filling in for someone who's on vacation on a PowerPC project at a company which I did a previous PowerPC project years ago - but I...

I'm filling in for someone who's on vacation on a PowerPC project at a company which I did a previous PowerPC project years ago - but I haven't used the PowerPC since, and this member of the family is new to me. I have modified the old project's startup to work on the 5200B. The project layout is a three stage one: Stage 1) BSP initialization, located at physical address 0xFFF00100 on the ...


PowerPC, uCOS-II, GCC port

Started by Rick in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 3 replies

Just getting started on a new project consisting of a PowerPC 405 processor on a custom board (i.e. no BSP available, we'll have to build...

Just getting started on a new project consisting of a PowerPC 405 processor on a custom board (i.e. no BSP available, we'll have to build one). Operating system is Micrium MicroC/OS-II; development environment is Eclipse on Windows XP; language is C. Eclipse on Windows seems most happy with MinGW as a compatibility layer with GCC; it seems less happy with Cygwin although I would imagi...