How to start contributing towards RTEMS project

Ritesh Harjani ritesh.harjani at
Tue Sep 3 05:21:38 UTC 2013

Thanks all for the wonderful response. I hope this post will help others as
well who want to contribute to RTEMS development.

Currently I have enabled all the testcases on raspberry pi including the
libmm tests. Will start some running some tests to get the feel.
Also, meanwhile I will get the setup ready for LM4F120 as well.


On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 2:19 AM, Alan Cudmore <alan.cudmore at> wrote:

> The Raspberry Pi could use drivers:
> SPI / SD card access,
> I2C Bus
> Ethernet ( this could be hard since it is a USB device ) ,
> HDMI/graphics console,
> Sound?
> Alan
> On 9/2/2013 4:35 PM, Karel Gardas wrote:
>> On 09/ 2/13 07:33 AM, Ritesh Harjani wrote:
>>> I have Raspberry pi + ti stellaris lm4f120 launchpad, if it helps.
>> Well, if you'd like to do some coding exercise, then what about to write
>> a driver for LM4F120's EEPROM? I've hoped to do this myself but my project
>> has grown up to the size which does not fit into LM4F120's FLASH nor RAM so
>> I'm "migrating" it to STM32F4 now...
>> Cheers,
>> Karel
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