Jetson TK1 BSP
andreas.koelbl at st.oth-regensburg.de
Tue Apr 11 19:15:23 UTC 2017
Am 11.04.2017 um 14:28 schrieb Joel Sherrill:
> Can you separate out the Jailhouse changes, BSP changes and any other
Not everything, the Interrupt Controller parses a static list where the
information which interrupts are mapped is located.
This should be fixed using the interrupts provided in the flat device
tree. Is this working already?
> IMO the Jailhouse support is a definite thing we would want to merge.
> If you did any clean up or enhancements that are not TK1 specific,
> then we would likely want to merge those. The TK1 BSP is the specific
> piece that needs discussion.
> Can I still but a TK1? How similar is it to followup models?
Yes, Nvidia has a list of vendors on their website . Follow up models
are completely different as they use the ARMv8 architecture which is 64
bit and currently not supported by RTEMS.
> Do you know of a simulator or is real hw the only testing option?
I guess QEMU will work but I haven't make it working yet.
> I am certainly pro merging it if you will be the point person for
> maintaining and testing it. :)
> We just need to digest the pieces.
> On Apr 11, 2017 4:22 AM, "Andreas Kölbl"
> <andreas.koelbl at st.oth-regensburg.de
> <mailto:andreas.koelbl at st.oth-regensburg.de>> wrote:
> I successfully ported RTEMS on the Jetson TK1 board for my
> Bachelorthesis. It
> includes a GPIO, timercounter clock, a benchmark timer (yes, I
> wanted to
> run the
> old tmtests) and a console driver which basically is a national
> 8250 implementation. Additionally RTEMS can be build to run inside the
> hypervisor. Is there any interest from the RTEMS community side to
> this BSP or parts of it?
> I ask this because the hardware is kind of old and replaced by the new
> Jetson TX2. The BSP is not published yet, but will be published on
> GitHub in a few
> -- Andreas
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