Rempel, Cynthia cynt6007 at
Mon Mar 18 23:23:53 UTC 2013

Hi Ric Claus,

In my prefix directory I ran

find -name

and got


I was messing with some build variables, so you may need to run find as well

In my rtems directory I ran

find -name\*

and got


I never tried checking out an RTEMS application in the source tree, (it might work...) usually I check it out in the same directory like this:

... but I think you could check it out wherever you'd like (probably not in the rtems tree though).

To build the network-demos:

cd network-demos
export RTEMS_MAKEFILE_PATH=/opt/rtems-4.11/i386-rtems4.11/pc386/

I'm not sure which version of network-demos would be the best though... that's a really good question!

Hope this helps!
Cynthia Rempel

From: rtems-devel-bounces at [rtems-devel-bounces at] on behalf of Claus, Ric [claus at]
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2013 1:32 PM
Subject: network-demos

Can someone please tell me how to build the network-demos that I find on RTEMS git site?  It's probably obvious, but can't seem to find  I'd prefer to do this in conjunction with 4.11, but 4.10.2 might also work.

Is there any particular place (e.g. somewhere in the RTEMS tree) where I should check-out network-demos into?

I see several copies of network-demos on the git site, of which Joel's seems the most recently updated.  Is it better to grab that or or another one?

Why?  I'd like to use some of this code to debug an ethernet driver.  Along these lines, it might be nice to take a look at libbsdport or rtems-libbsd.git at some point, too, so I would be grateful for any pointers along those lines, too.


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