Updated Raspberry Pi instructions and created RTEMS app framework

Alan Cudmore alan.cudmore at gmail.com
Wed May 8 02:42:56 UTC 2013

I have not tried running the cFE/CFS on RTEMS/Raspberry Pi. It builds 
and runs on the Pi on Linux though.
( For everyone else: cFE = coreflightexec.sf.net )

I think it's going to take:
1. SD card access
2. Network driver
3. A couple of Little endian fixes ( which you may already have )
The cFE also depends on a loader, so the RTEMS RTL is going to help here 

But I do have a setup that runs the cFE on a similar RKI on Sparc/sis 
without a loader, and using the IMFS/tar file system. That would 
probably work on the Pi.


On 5/7/2013 10:14 PM, Mathew Benson wrote:
> Excellent.  Do you have a detailed manual for using CFS on RTEMS on RPI?  I've heard some good things about CFS.  Figured I might take a look.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On May 7, 2013, at 8:20 PM, Alan Cudmore <alan.cudmore at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have updated my Raspberry Pi RTEMS instructions here:
>> http://alanstechnotes.blogspot.com/2013/03/rtems-on-raspberry-pi.html
>> But probably of more interest to RTEMS users is my RTEMS App framework, which is here:
>> http://github.com/alanc98/rki
>> The RKI or RTEMS Kernel Image is my simple app framework that lets you get a fairly complicated RTEMS app up and running quickly. It supports a RAM disk, NVRAM disks, shell startup with init script, network setup, and has some example shell commands such as the whetstone and dhrystone benchmarks.
>> The project has makefiles for sparc-rtems4.11 / sis and arm-rtems4.11 / raspberrypi
>> It may run on RTEMS 4.10, but I recently updated the RAM disk init code for 4.11 and have not tried it on 4.10 yet.
>> Alan
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