Supported ARM BSPs
gedare at rtems.org
Sun Apr 29 14:46:10 UTC 2012
The boards you listed are available in the development branch of RTEMS
(git repository head, aka 4.11). So the easiest thing would be to use
4.11 if that is an option for you. I'm unsure about the bsps available
in 4.10 without going to look at the source. You can find them in
c/src/lib/libbsp/arm/ subdirectories. BSP variants are defined in the
make/custom/*.cfg files within a bsp's subdirectory.
On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 1:22 AM, Fered <a_Fered at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I want to prepare a board that RTEMS has a BSP for it. It seems that the
> website is not reliable!
> Please tell me if BSP of any Cortex based board is available and how can I use
> Thanks a lot.
> Fernando Nicodemos wrote:
>> Dear Fered,
>> There is also the csb637 bsp which is a variant of csb337.
>> Unfortunately i did not work with these bsps yet. I tried to find them also
>> and itsnames but i could not. Maybe they are variants of other bsps but are
>> not described well in wiki with proper names.
>> Em sábado, 28 de abril de 2012, Fered escreveu:
>> > **
>> > Hi;
>> > In RTEMS website, I see following BSPs are impelemented:
>> > - NXP LPC17XX (pin compatible to LPC24XX with ARM Cortex-M3 core)
>> > - Stellaris Microcontroller LM3S6965
>> > - STMicroelectronics STM32 F4
>> > I work with RTEMS-4.10.2 and only following BSPs are in the source:
>> > csb336, csb337, edb7312, gba, gp32, nds, rtl22x, rtl22xx_t, smdk2410
>> > How can I add those 3 BSPs?
>> > Those 3 items, are names of micro controllers. We have BSP of any board
>> > that use those micro controllers?
>> > Thanks
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