RES: Create one pen drive to boot an example program hello.exe

Wendell Pereira da Silva wendell.silva at
Mon May 9 17:49:57 UTC 2011


Since you're using COM1 as a console (9600-8N1), what kind of terminal emulation software are you using?
In this case, you should use a program like realterm, connected at the COM port, using the same configuration (9600-8N1), to see your program's output.

Assuming that you're using VirtalBox to boot a pendrive, it looks like the diagram attached.

I hope this helps you.



De: rtems-users-bounces at [mailto:rtems-users-bounces at] Em nome de BRUNO FELIPE
Enviada em: segunda-feira, 9 de maio de 2011 13:43
Para: rtems-users at
Assunto: Re: Create one pen drive to boot an example program hello.exe

I used suggestions from Joel and Till. but without any result favorable to my goal. The problem that I found and still have is that I can not display the output of any program on your computer's startup, using the pen drive. I can see the menu options and choose the programs, but can not show the result of the programs.

In the GNU GRUB menu, I have two programs:
hello pc386
minimum pc386
By choosing the option "hello pc386" I have the following output:

Initializing console on COM1 port 9600-8N-1
Warning: This Will Be the last message on console

How do I show the output of the hello program, after selecting the menu?

Thank you for all.

Best regards,

2011/5/6 BRUNO FELIPE <brunogpf at<mailto:brunogpf at>>

I'm currently working with Fedora 14 - 11 RTEMS on VirtualBox. I need to create one pen drive to boot an example program (hello.exe).

I describe following the steps that I make. First, I use qemu to emulate de process, along with "RTEMS-boot.img"and the file "RTEMS-grub.cfg" modified for the program hello.exe. Finally, I try to execute the program hello.exe in the qemu but  in the  console output not appear anything (I make the compilation with pc386 script).

How can create a .exe file that redirects the stdout to console? Or simple compile the herlo world example with this feature?

Do you have any sugestion, to this problem ?

Thank you for all.

Best regards,

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