BSP instructions

Mathew Benson mathew.benson at
Sun Feb 17 20:45:05 UTC 2013

Alan and I are working on other projects together and I knew he was
playing with the Raspberry Pi.  I planned on helping him on the
Raspberry Pi, but I think I'm too far behind the curve to contribute
much.  I would like to use the Pi as a learning platform.  I really
want to learn enough to make a BSP for an FPGA board that I'm
purchasing later this week.  Thanks for the link.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2013 at 2:11 PM, Gedare Bloom <gedare at> wrote:
> Hi,
> For BSP development the best resource is the BSP and Device Driver
> Guide [1]. It might be a little out-dated, especially with some of the
> ARM infrastructure which has undergone a lot of changes since 4.10.
> The Raspberry Pi board will likely have a BSP soon. Alan Cudmore has a
> basic BSP working with a console and clock driver. You can contact him
> if you would like to try helping or to encourage a quicker release :)
> [1]
> -Gedare
> On Sun, Feb 17, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Mathew Benson <mathew.benson at> wrote:
>> I finally found the time to start playing with RTEMS.  I'm a flight
>> software engineer, but have never written a BSP from scratch.  I've
>> only tweaked existing ones.  I have a Raspberry Pi B and would like to
>> use that as my test bed.  Raspberry Pi is ARM based.  It appears the
>> generic RTEMS ARM BSP is deprecated and has been removed.  Two
>> questions.  First, is there a tutorial, wiki, or some sort of
>> documentation on how to create a BSP?  Second, which BSP should I
>> start with?
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