Upgrading Board Support package for RTEMS-4.5.0-beta3
brett.swimley at aedinc.net
Fri Dec 15 16:18:26 UTC 2000
No, I have not yet. I hope to work on this after the start of the year.
I'll post a message to the group when I've got something running.
From: Peter Shoebridge [mailto:peter at zeecube.com]
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2000 9:17 AM
Cc: brett.swimley at aedinc.net
Subject: RE: Upgrading Board Support package for RTEMS-4.5.0-beta3
Brett, did you ever get this completed? I would like to use the sbc5206
bsp with the current snapshot and this could save me having to get to
grips with all the configure/install stuff!!
From: Joel Sherrill [mailto:joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com]
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 3:49 PM
To: brett.swimley at aedinc.net
Subject: Re: Upgrading Board Support package for RTEMS-4.5.0-beta3
Brett Swimley wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm new to the RTEMS list, as I'm just working on getting my feet wet
> I work with the ColdFire, and am attempting to port Dave Fiddes old BSP
> the SBC5206 (RTEMS 4.0.0) over to the 4.5.0 methodology.
> I _think_ that I have upgraded all the pieces, based on the example BSPs
> there ( I've been using the mvme167 and mvme136 BSPs as an example),
> including the .cfg file in make/custom.
> Where I'm running into a problem is when I try to run the .bit_rtems
> At the point where the script attempts:
> Making preinstall in network
> I get an error indicating No such file or directory.
> Sure enough, If I examine the build directory, I have no network
> (even though I have specified it in my "sbc5206" directory, my
> file, and my Makefile.am file).
Sounds like you did not run "bootstrap" to generate the Makefile.in.
bootstrap can be run in any directory with a configure.in file and
files from there down. bootstrap is in the top directory of the source
> I do have a "shmsupp" directory, however, which I did not specify (even
> though the mvme136 BSP which I started with as a template does have this
if you do not have a multiprocessing system just delete that directory.
> Seems like I'm missing a step or two in folding in a new BSP. Any
> would be appreciated.
> Brett Swimley
> Senior Design Engineer
> Advanced Electronic Designs, Inc.
> 2304 North 7th Ave., Suite C-4
> Bozeman, MT 59715
> ph: 406-585-8892 ext 16
> email: brett.swimley at aedinc.net
Joel Sherrill, Ph.D. Director of Research & Development
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