Integrating RTEMS with ARM Cortex R4

Jiri Freyvald jiri.freyvald at
Sat Jan 26 14:07:01 UTC 2013

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Subject: 	Re: Integrating RTEMS with ARM Cortex R4
Date: 	Sat, 26 Jan 2013 14:01:55 +0000
From: 	Jiri Freyvald <jiri.freyvald at>
To: 	priteshgudge at

I have been using RTEMS port for Cortex-M4 and so far it works perfectly 
for me
(namely STM32F4DISCOVERY board, STM32F407 processor)
I don't know how close M4 and R4 cores are, but I guess porting BSP from 
R4 to M4 shouldn't be too difficult.

Jiri Freyvald

On 25/01/13 22:31, Pritesh Gudge wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new to RTEMS. I am using an ARM Cortex R4 CPU which is based on 
> ARMv7,
> This is the wiki page which says that Cortex R4 CPUs are supported. 
> I am currently using Texas Instruments Hercules Development Kit which 
> has ARM Cortex R4 CPU along with 256 KB SRAM
> and 3MB Flash Memory. It also has 8MB SDRAM. I want to use RTEMS as it 
> is excellent for Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System
> But I did not find any relevant 
> documentation which explains the configuration procedure for ARMv7.
> Could anyone kindly guide me with the relevant procedure and specifics 
> I must apply to get RTEMS running on the given Embedded Microcontroller.
> Thanks.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Pritesh Gudge
> Research Apprentice
> IRI-Goethe University
> Frankfurt am Main
> Email: gudge at <mailto:gudge at>
> Phone: +49 1522 719 0787
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