Linux for LPC

Started by mclnsharma June 30, 2004
If you know any LPC series controller based design on which you have
ported linux please let me know the details of the micro,and if you
can provide schematic it would be great .

Bye

Sharma



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

As far as i know you cant drive linux without an MMU...

Regards
Lasse Madsen

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Emne: [lpc2000] Linux for LPC If you know any LPC series controller based design on which you have
ported linux please let me know the details of the micro,and if you
can provide schematic it would be great .

Bye

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Search for uCLinux, it is an implementation that don't require MMU use.

mclnsharma wrote:
If you know any LPC series controller based design on which you have
ported linux please let me know the details of the micro,and if you
can provide schematic it would be great .

Bye

Sharma




Lasse

Please check

www.uclinux.org

and you 'll find a linux that works without mmu

Mvg

Bjorn

-----Original Message-----
From: Lasse Madsen [mailto:]
Sent: woensdag 30 juni 2004 8:34
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Subject: SV: [lpc2000] Linux for LPC As far as i know you cant drive linux without an MMU...

Regards
Lasse Madsen

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: mclnsharma [mailto:]
Sendt: 30. juni 2004 08:32
Til:
Emne: [lpc2000] Linux for LPC If you know any LPC series controller based design on which you have
ported linux please let me know the details of the micro,and if you
can provide schematic it would be great .

Bye

Sharma Yahoo! Groups Links

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