RES: Porting RTEMS to 386ex Board

Wendell Pereira da Silva wendell.silva at
Tue Apr 12 13:27:26 UTC 2011


You can use QEMU to run the kernel image (.exe).
See this reference for more details:

Use a command like this:
qemu -m 64 -no-reboot -cpu pentium2 -kernel o-optmize/my_rtems_app.exe


De: rtems-users-bounces at [mailto:rtems-users-bounces at] Em nome de Sundus Shabbir
Enviada em: terça-feira, 12 de abril de 2011 03:01
Para: rtems-users at
Assunto: Porting RTEMS to 386ex Board


I am working on a project in which I have been assigned a task to port RTEMS to Tern based i386ex board.

As I have Windows XP installed on my machine, so I have to use Cygwin

I have followed the following steps

1. Installed Cygwin
2. Unzipped and installed autoconf and automake
3. Applied appropriate patches of binutils, gcc, newlib and gdb
4. Unzipped and installed binutils-2.10.1
5. Unzipped and installed gcc-4.4.5 with newlib-1.18.0, mpfr and mpc
6. Unzipped and installed gdb-7.1
7. Unzipped and installed RTEMS-4.10 (with target=i386-rtems4.10 and enable rtemsbsp="i386ex")
8. Setup PATH and RTEMS_MAKEFILE_PATH variables
9. Compiled Hello World application that made hello.exe in /o-optimize/

All tools and RTEMS are installed in C:/cygwin/opt/RTEMS-4.10

 Can you please guide me what steps to follow next to execute hello world test? And how to burn RTEMS and test it in i386ex board

Thank you for your time


S. A. Akhtar
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