beaglebone black and RTEMS
karel.gardas at centrum.cz
Thu Jul 11 07:47:56 UTC 2013
IIRC Beagleboard was build on OMAP3 SoC while both BeagleBones are build
using Sitara AM335x SoC. IMHO for the basis of the support RTEMS current
support for ARMv7-A may be the best way to go. For more device support I
would still prefer going to use TI's provided excellent AM335X
StarterWare were all peripherals are supported (perhaps except USB which
is supported by commercial 3th party lib IIRC) and which is provided
with BSD(-like) license.
On 07/11/13 06:34 AM, Chris Johns wrote:
> 王峰 wrote:
>> Hi All
>> I am pretty new to RTEMS. I am thinking to use RTEMS for beaglebone
>> black for some
>> real time control. But I don't know what what is the status of RTEMS on
>> A quick search on google didn't yield a satisfying answer. I wonder if
>> anyone here
>> can tell me what is the status. Does it run stable? UART, I2C and SPI
>> driver avaliable?
> There is a patch around for the first beagleboard. I think it was in
> github. Beagleboards use different processors so you need to determine
> which OMAP device you have and update the BSP. The BSP needs work to
> bring it up to the current 4.11 ARM support.
> We would love to have Beagleboard support in the tree.
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