Rtems for a space project
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Mon Jan 12 15:21:08 UTC 2009
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> Massimo Tipaldi schrieb:
>> Dear Ralf,
>> for all the steps that I have perfomed, see my e-mails on rtems-users
>> (find Massimo Tipaldi);
> > In particular, take a look at:
>> 1) RTEMS/QEMU/GRUB on Windows (07 Jan 2009 11:03:52 +0100)
>> 2) RTEMS/QEMU/GRUB on Windows (08 Jan 2009 16:49:58 +0100)
> Sigh, RTEMS+QEMU+GRUB + Window... at least 4 non-trivial sources of
> issues at one time.
Agreed. I built 4.9 over the weekend at home (on Linux
admittedly) and it produced the same format files
for an installed RTEMS that it did for executables built inside
Since you mention moving the executable from one location
to another, is it possible, you broke the qemu setup doing so?
qemu is very sensitive to having everything right.
This is the command my scripts use.
qemu -cpu 486 -m 8 -boot a -fda /home/joel/qemu/pc386_fda \
-hda fat:/home/joel/qemu/hd \
-monitor null -nographic -serial stdio --no-reboot
I have a floppy image that boots test.exe from the hd0. This
is the grub menu for the above.
serial --unit=0 --speed=9600
title= Automatically Run Test
RTEMS is configured to USE_COM1_AS_CONSOLE=1.
> Have you tried on Linux, have you tried on real hardware (no QEMU), does
> your grub/qemu/windows setup work without RTEMS ... etc. Which target,
> which Windows version, which toolchains ?
>> For the modifications on Makefile.inc, see
>> 1) QEMU/GRUB: No multiboot header found (22 Dec 2008 16:22:28 +0100)
>> (the only difference is that RTEMS is now installed in
> Makefile.inc is a different class of problem.
> My personal answer to all Makefile.inc related problems: I refuse to
> answer any Makefile.inc related issues, because I consider RTEMS
> Makefile-template system to be mal-designed kid-stuff, RTEMS should have
> stopped dropped a long time ago ;)
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