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RTOS for LPC2106

Started by Peter Kuhar February 12, 2004
Hello,

Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small footprint, that would be
apropriate for LPC2106?

/Pero



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

I think Michael has released his small-footprint RTOS in CrossWorks in
the latest versions.

-- Paul.

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Kuhar [mailto:]
Sent: 12 February 2004 18:51
To:
Subject: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106 Hello,

Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small footprint, that would be
apropriate for LPC2106?

/Pero Yahoo! Groups Links


Try Micrium.com  You can get it off the website.
 
I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find it very informative.
 
regards
Martin
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Kuhar
To: l...@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 7:50 AM
Subject: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

Hello,

Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small footprint, that would be
apropriate for LPC2106?

/Pero


Could you email me their rtos. On the website are only ports.

Tnx,
Pero
Friday, February 13, 2004, 11:16:13 PM, si napisal:
> Try Micrium.com You can get it off the
> website.

>

> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find
> it very informative.

>

> regards

> Martin

> ----- Original Message -----

> From: Peter Kuhar

> To:

> Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 7:50
> AM

> Subject: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

> Hello,

> Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small
> footprint, that would be
> apropriate for
> LPC2106?

> /Pero


> Yahoo! Groups Links
> To



No, he can't. You have to buy the book. It's not shareware, it's not
GPL, and it's not very expensive.

--jc

Peter Kuhar wrote:

> Could you email me their rtos. On the website are only ports.
>
> Tnx,
> Pero
> Friday, February 13, 2004, 11:16:13 PM, si napisal:
> > Try Micrium.com You can get it off the
> > website.
>
> >
>
> > I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find
> > it very informative.
>
> >
>
> > regards
>
> > Martin
>
> > ----- Original Message -----
>
> > From: Peter Kuhar
>
> > To:
>
> > Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 7:50
> > AM
>
> > Subject: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106 >
>
> > Hello,
>
> > Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small
> > footprint, that would be
> > apropriate for
> > LPC2106?
>
> > /Pero


Unfortunately I cannot email you the RTOS as it is licensed as part of the book as that is how it originated but I can assure you at $60-$70 US it was one of my best buys ever.  Have a look at Amazon.com for it.  This book is quality throughout!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Kuhar
To: martin de lange
Cc: l...@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 6:12 PM
Subject: Re[2]: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

Could you email me their rtos. On the website are only ports.

Tnx,
Pero
Friday, February 13, 2004, 11:16:13 PM, si napisal:
> Try Micrium.com  You can get it off the
> website.

>  

> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find
> it very informative.

>  

> regards

> Martin

>  ----- Original Message -----

>  From:  Peter Kuhar

>  To:l...@yahoogroups.com

>  Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 7:50
>   AM

>  Subject: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

> Hello,

> Dos anyone know a good FREE rtos with small
>   footprint, that would be
> apropriate for
>   LPC2106?

> /Pero> Yahoo! Groups Links
> To
  



* martin de lange <>:
> Try Micrium.com You can get it off the website.
>
> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find it very informative.

There is also a port of eCos to the 2106. It's not
currently available on the eCos website yet
but one can get it through the eCos bugzilla
server.

I am about to put it to use, stabilizing it if
need be. If anyone is interested I'd be glad to
share experiences.




I'm interested to run eCos on LPC2106 but my eCos footprint must fit in LPC
internal memory, and I don't if it's possible ... If it could be possible, I
suppose I must take current tree of eCos and patch it with the submited
patch on bugzilla server.

Benjamin

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jean-Rene David [mailto:]
Envoy: mardi 17 frier 2004 03:16
:
Objet : Re: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

* martin de lange <>:
> Try Micrium.com You can get it off the website.
>
> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find it very informative.

There is also a port of eCos to the 2106. It's not currently available on
the eCos website yet but one can get it through the eCos bugzilla server.

I am about to put it to use, stabilizing it if need be. If anyone is
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Hi Jean-Rene,
 
I'm certainly interested in your experiences, hence, I'd appreciate if you could post them to this group. We will shortly be looking at this as well. The existing port appears to have been done to our EVBA7 board, however, since its all on-chip it should be easily adaptable to any other LPC2000 based hardware.
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Jean-Rene David [mailto:j...@arobas.net]
Sent: 17 February 2004 02:16
To: l...@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [lpc2100] RTOS for LPC2106

* martin de lange <m...@xtra.co.nz>:
> Try Micrium.com  You can get it off the website.
>
> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find it very informative.

There is also a port of eCos to the 2106. It's not
currently available on the eCos website yet
but one can get it through the eCos bugzilla
server.

I am about to put it to use, stabilizing it if
need be. If anyone is interested I'd be glad to
share experiences.
On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 21:15:33 -0500, Jean-Rene David wrote:

* martin de lange <>:
> Try Micrium.com You can get it off the website.
>
> I bought their MicroC/OS book also and find it very informative.

There is also a port of eCos to the 2106. It's not
currently available on the eCos website yet
but one can get it through the eCos bugzilla
server.

I am about to put it to use, stabilizing it if
need be. If anyone is interested I'd be glad to
share experiences.

=======================================================
Yes, I'm interested. I'm just bringing up an LPC2214
board with external SRAM, a 10BaseT ethernet controller,
and a CompactFlash connector. eCos was one option I
have been considering as a software baseline.

-Bill Knight
R O SoftWare