[Fwd: rtems ESH]

Chris Proctor chrisp_42 at bigpond.com
Sat Nov 2 23:39:45 UTC 2002

Joel, Glen,

Unfortunately the rtems-esh tarball on the rtems ftp site does not
contain the hello_world directory.  If you attempt to compile esh,
you get a recursive make loop (at least on my system) because the
hello_world directory does not exist.  Would it be possible to update
the rtems-esh tar file or post this directory somewhere.

Sorry about the delay bringing this up but I have only just started
trying out esh.

Chris Proctor  chrisp_42 at bigpond.com

On Tue, Oct 15, 2002 at 11:24:05PM -0400, glencoindetroit at netscape.net wrote:
> Sorry about the confusion.  esh is a combination of several libraries.
> I created an example rtems application that invokes esh at startup.
> You can find it in the directory hello_world.  Note that the makefile in
> that directory will first create a symbol table from the object files,
> then link the RTEMS kernel with the sample app.
> >From: daron chabot <djc915 at mail.usask.ca>
> >Subject: rtems ESH
> >To: joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
> >
> >Mr. Sherrill,
> >
> >The ability to dynamically download object modules would be a great 
> >benefit to my M.Sc. project ( not to mention the RTEMS user/developer 
> >community!! ).  However, after obtaining the tarball from the OAR ftp 
> >site, I was unable to successfully build the ESH code on my Pentium 3 
> >(450 MHz), running RH 7.2.  I am not an expert by any means, but the 
> >Make process appears incomplete: I cannot locate the "esh" directory or 
> >executable ( is the Makefile missing Install directions ?? ).
> >
> >I am using rtems-ss-20020528 and the latest binutils, gcc, and newlib 
> >tools on the above build-machine to create applications that run on an 
> >identical machine.
> >
> >Any suggestions or assistance that could help with getting the embedded 
> >shell/dynamic loader working would be appreciated.
> >
> >Best Regards,
> >Daron Chabot
> >
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