Starting with RTEMS

Binkowski, Cassio cassioiks at
Sun Mar 4 15:14:51 UTC 2012

On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 3:44 AM, Chris Johns <chrisj at> wrote:

> On 4/03/12 9:26 AM, Binkowski, Cassio wrote:
> ]>
>  I have done the process all over again but still accusing that there is
>> no g++ and c++.
> What is reporting it cannot find g++ and c++ ?

Ok, the exact lines are the following:

checking for avr-rtems4.10-g++... no
configure: error: no acceptable c++ found in $PATH
configure: error:
configure failed for samples
configure: error: /bin/sh
nfigure' failed for ../../testsuites
make[2]: *** [avrtest] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

These the last lines of a large dump generated by the command "make all".

>> Would it be better if I download an image and run it with virtual box?
> Is this GSoC or something else ?

No, it isn't. I'm just trying to work my way through with RTEMS because
I'll be using RTEMS for my college final paper.
And I have been doing everything it says in the wiki.
I just can't tell if RTEMS was built correctly and I can't build the sample
application. So I was thinking a ready to go development environment should
be the best call then.

>  Also, if I were to compile the hello_world_c sample app. Where should I
>> put this hello_world_c folder?
> It is in the build output tree. It you run 'find . -name \*.exe' at a
> shell prompt you will be given a list.
> Chris
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