mrippa at gemini.edu
Tue Mar 9 22:40:36 UTC 2010
Hi Joel -
Thanks. I was hoping for this kind of answer. I haven't used
rtems on this architecture before. I'd like to boot RTEMS from
flash if possible and use an ATA disk or PXE as backup.
The NIC is an Intel 82551IT. It's interfaced to the PCI bus
provided by the Tundra Tsi381 PCIe/PCI bridge.
On 03/09/2010 10:58 AM, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> On 03/09/2010 02:49 PM, Matt Rippa wrote:
>> Has anyone worked with RTEMS on the ISIS PC104 board from
>> Eurotech? http://www.eurotech.com/en/products/ISIS
>> We're looking into this for a new data acquisition project.
> Looks like just a PC with the normal PC type issues.
> + How do you plan to boot it? PXE?
> + What is the PCI Id of the NIC? Probably an Intel
> NIC and the libbsd port kit should support it.
> + The NAND flash I will leave to Chris. I think this is an
> issue if you want to write to the filesystem from
> + The GPS is special and will require some code.
> Nice looking board overall. But still just a PC and
> we just have to examine the peripherals.
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