[Fwd: Re: Anyone using RTEMS on Motorola ColdFire (e.g. MCF5272)?]

Maarten.Kruger at ziton.spx.com Maarten.Kruger at ziton.spx.com
Fri Sep 14 09:37:53 UTC 2001

Good day,

I'm a total newbie ...  I have been to your site but am still a bit in the
dark about what My Right Boot is...  Is it a boot loader?  Could you
provide me with a link to the BSP download?  How long do you think it will
take to port to the MCF5272C3 board?  Is My right boot part of this BSP?


Maarten Kruger

Chris Johns <cjohns at cybertec.com.au>@kiwi.objectivedesign.com.au on
2001/08/27 02:16:05 PM

Sent by:  cjohns at kiwi.objectivedesign.com.au

To:   Maarten.Kruger at ziton.spx.com

Subject:  [Fwd: Re: Anyone using RTEMS on Motorola ColdFire (e.g.

Is this it ?

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Anyone using RTEMS on Motorola ColdFire (e.g. MCF5272)?
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2001 05:32:41 +1000
From: Chris Johns <cjohns at cybertec.com.au>
Organization: Cybertec Pty Ltd
To: Maarten.Kruger at ziton.spx.com
CC: rtems-users at oarcorp.com
References: <OFECEC7546.2C777A44-ON42256AB2.003F2012 at spx.com>

Maarten.Kruger at ziton.spx.com wrote:
> Thank you for the overwhelming response on my question of using RTEMS for
> powerPC...  It seems that the Motorola ColdFire may be more appropriate
> my needs - is anybody using an existing port of RTEMS for the ColdFire?
> (e.g. MFC5272C3 evalutation board?)

We are using RTEMS on the Coldfire. The BSP is contained in My Right
Boot. You can find it here.


The 5272 is a 5207e core with extras such as ethernet so getting MRB to
run should not be hard. Once MRB runs RTEMS boots. Ypu will need a
driver for the ethernet for MRB and RTEMS. Feel free to contact me with
any specific questions.

 Chris Johns, cjohns @ cybertec.com.au

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