rtems-users Digest, Vol 19, Issue 50

Teng Chee Wan Philip tcheewan at ntu.edu.sg
Tue Apr 29 07:31:04 UTC 2008


How did you put the hello world example into the boot ROM or RAM?  The
ERC32 BSP assumes that there is a bootloader or boot code that will
initialise the stack pointer before the start code is run.

Try using a mkprom-erc32 or any mkprom utility to make the boot PROM and
boot from there.



Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 18:40:16 +0100
From: "Neil Mayes" <N.Mayes at sstl.co.uk>
Subject: RE: ERC32 BSP
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I am trying to get RTEMS4.8 working with an erc32 but I can't get the
hello work working(newbie to RTEMS & Linux).

I have built the tools+rtems and proceeded to 'play' with the hello
world example. I am unable to get hello world working and indeed unable
to go from start.S into C world. I have checked I am proceeding through
the initialisation startup however the call to BOOT_CARD does not run
correctly and probably results in a trap (still looking). I have checked
the HW config, which matches the actual HW I have but however I am
unable to run the application.

Any pointers ideas gratefully received.

Neil Mayes
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