Starting with RTEMS
claudiodcsilva at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 13:28:46 UTC 2012
> Thanks Chris.
> However, the Build RTEMS section still needs revising. Can someone else
> point me a direction?
The information on the wiki is correct, you just have to change the
The instructions are also available in the getting started guide (this
part of the build process is equal on MinGW and Linux).
> For example, I want to build the Hello World application for an AVR
> processor. Should I download MinGW, AVR tools and the RTEMS tools? It is
> confusing because MinGW/AVR tools are in release 4.11 and RTEMS is on 4.10.
Yes. 4.11 is the current RTEMS head. If you are using RTEMS4.10 you
should obtain the MinGW tools for that same version on
> Also, what is the process of compiling/building this sample application?
> E.g: choosing BSP first, then the code, etc.
First you need to build and install RTEMS for your target
architecture/bsp. Then you can use one of the provided samples and
built it. The process is described here:
Some samples (including hello world) are available here:
> On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 6:00 AM, Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:
>> On 22/02/12 10:41 AM, Binkowski, Cassio wrote:
>>> Hi everyone, I'm new around here so I don't know if this is the right
>>> list and if I didn't read enough.
>> This is the development list and I think this question is better on the
>> user list so switching.
>>> But I'm finishing my undergraduation and my final paper will be
>>> involving RTEMS, so I must get started.
>>> I downloaded all tools and followed instructions from this link, since I
>>> don't have a linux machine:
>> I took a look at this page and it was very out of date. I have updated it
>> (quickly) so please revisit. This should get a current set of tools on
>> Windows using MinGW.
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