RTEMS with post-boot code.
Jacob W Janovetz
janovetz at ews.uiuc.edu
Wed Oct 29 21:45:57 UTC 1997
> going by what has been written so far - it really looks like what you want
> is RTEMS to be able to execute an image it gets from <insert-your-favorite-
> storage-place-here>. When the application is done, it's done. Another
> one could be run afterwards - or maybe at the same time.
> It sounds like you really are looking for a "real" OS - one that can dynamically
> load images (programs, executables, whatever-you-want-to-call-it) and
> run them. All without rebooting/reloading/restarting/resetting. Like I said,
> a "real" OS. For this, correct me if I'm wrong (I'm sure you will), but wouldn't
> you need an MMU and code to run it? Not to mention the CPU to go with
That certainly seems more along the lines of what I'll be
trying out. However, is an MMU really required? I mean, assuming
memory protection is out the window.
I'm really quite new to the RTOS/C code on embedded systems thing.
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