PPC405GPr with RTEMS + Support?
greg.broten at drdc-rddc.gc.ca
Thu Aug 5 16:34:19 UTC 2004
I can understand Gene's confusion since RTEMS lists support for the
PPC 4xx series. IBM defines about 8 processors in this series starting
with the 403GCX, ranging to the 440GP.
Without downloading RTEMS is there anyway of determining which specific
chip/board combinations are supported?
And the major difference between the 405GP and 405GPr seems to be speed
(up to 400MHz from 266MHz)
On Thu, 2004-08-05 at 10:13, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> I must have missed the initial post. :(
> There is a 405GP BSP in the tree now. How is this part different?
> And yes. Joel/OAR still offers support and development.
> At this point, there are also others who offer BSP
> Greg Broten wrote:
> > Gene:
> > David Querbach, at Real Time Systems, did the port of RTEMS to the
> > MPC555. He certainly could help you with the 405Gpr.
> > See this website: http://www.realtime.bc.ca/
> > Greg B.
> > PS
> > Love to see RTEMS for the PPC405Gpr. And by the way if you are looking
> > at a board such at the 405Gpr from Embedded Planet, you can download
> > TimeSys Linux for free for that board.
> > On Wed, 2004-08-04 at 14:04, Smith, Gene wrote:
> >>Does anybody on the list know if the IBM (but soon to be AMCC) PowerPC
> >>device PPC405GPr will run RTEMS? It also has a built-in ethernet
> >>controller. The part is described here:
> >>There is (or was) a demo/eval board available commonly called "walnut"
> >>but I don't see a BSP on RTEMS site for it. Seems to be mostly supported
> >>by QNX.
> >>Also, does OAR or Joel still provide RTEMS support?
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