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RTOS

Started by Unknown February 10, 2006
Hi
I want to develop one IP Phone on some processor (other than pentium).
Now, the IP phone software  is very big and I want to embed this in my
chip. For this should I've to go for RTOS like uclinux etc, if so how
can I compile the source files. Should I've to install the RTOS in my
linux(FC4) and use the compilers in that. Also once I compile the
source files how can I port the RTOS in processor so that the code will
be running in my RTOS. Please clarify.
Prakash
ME Student

prakash.na@gmail.com wrote:
> > I want to develop one IP Phone on some processor (other than > pentium). Now, the IP phone software is very big and I want to > embed this in my chip. For this should I've to go for RTOS like > uclinux etc, if so how can I compile the source files. Should > I've to install the RTOS in my linux(FC4) and use the compilers > in that. Also once I compile the source files how can I port the > RTOS in processor so that the code will be running in my RTOS. > Please clarify.
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