[GSoC] getting arm csb337 BSP to work on skyeye

Xu Ray rayx.cn at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 09:38:12 UTC 2012

Hi ,there
To run RTEMS on Skyeye, you will need a configure file that tell skyeye how
your memory is mapped. The default file name is skyeye.conf

You can check the wiki page  http://www.rtems.org/wiki/index.php/SkyEye
at91rm9200 section on how skyeye.conf for CSB337  look like.

2012/7/2 Hesham Moustafa <heshamelmatary at gmail.com>

> I tried to simulate hello sample on skyeye but i gut that error
> hesham at Hesham-Laptop arm920$ skyeye -e
> ~/csb337/arm-rtems4.11/c/csb337/testsuites/samples/hello/hello.exe
> SkyEye 1.3.1
> SkyEye is an Open Source project under GPL. All rights of different parts
> or modules are reserved by their author. Any modification or
> redistributions of SkyEye should not remove or modify the annoucement of
> SkyEye copyright.
> Get more information about it, please visit the homepage
> http://www.skyeye.org.
> Type "help" to get command list.
>  (skyeye)start
> In skyeye_read_config, filename=skyeye.conf
> In SIM_start, Should provide valid arch option in your config file.
> Are there any special instructions or patches to get this BSP work on
> skyeye ??
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Thanks & Best Regards!

Ray, Xu
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