GSOC 2017 Beagleboard BSP projects
christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de
Sun Mar 19 21:38:09 UTC 2017
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> Von: "赵 思晨" <zsc19940506 at outlook.com>
> An: "RTEMS" <devel at rtems.org>
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 19. März 2017 15:29:03
> Betreff: GSOC 2017 Beagleboard BSP projects
> Hi all:
> I am interested in the ticket #2819 Beagleboard BSP projects
> And i have a idea about the project: add the USB and wireless network card
> driver to RTEMS. So RTEMS can apply on many scene applications such as the UAV.
> And for now, i am working on transplant the USB driver from FreeBSD to RTEMS.
> I am a master student from China NanJing University. and i am interested in
> applying for GSoC 2017 under RTEMS.
> I have develop project on RTEMS for almost a year, so i am very familiar with
> RTEMS development.
> For now, i have done these works on RTEMS:
> 1.Porting the ethernet driver from FreeBSD to RTEMS on BBB bsp.
> 2.Transplant the ION-DTN protocol stack on RTEMS.
> 3.Took over Punitvara's(GSOC 2016 student) unfinished work on BBB i2c driver,
> and can use i2c read the EEPROM info..(already send PV my pull request)
> 4.Porting the ethernet driver from UBoot to RTEMS on BBB bsp.
> Best Regrads
> Sichen Zhao
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Hello Sichen Zhao,
just a note regarding the WLAN support in rtems-libbsd: I have just recently ported a lot of the necessary kernel modules for unencrypted WLAN. Depending on the projects progress, It's quite possible that we (embedded brains) will work on encrypted WLAN too in the near future. So this might could collide with the goals in your proposal that relate to the hardware independent parts of the network stack.
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