Building NetSNMP for ARM/atsamv

Ruhollah Majdoddin r.majdodin at
Tue Jul 19 09:48:03 UTC 2016

I assume that Sebastian means that the code is too big for the internal
flash. This means that the code should be placed in an external flash
(using the embedded static memory controller (SMC) of the chip).
As I read that README file, there are options to put the code in
internal flash (default), external SDRAM, or internal SRAM. But the
last two are not proper for me, because their content is erased with
each powerdown.
So, if my understanding is correct, the question is why there is no
option for placing the code in the external flash?

2016-07-08 9:44 GMT+02:00 Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber at>:
> On 08/07/16 08:54, Ruhollah Majdoddin wrote:
>> I try to have RSB to build the NetSNMP package, but it fails. The RSB
>> and RTEMS kernel  are both 4.12, target architecture is ARM and BSP is
>> atsamv (arch/bsp are already built in prefix).
>> As far as I can see,  one problem is that function "isspace" from
>> cctype is undeclared, and the other is with linking:
>> linkcmds.base:390 cannot move location counter backwards  (from
>> 00000000204bf480 to 000000002045f000)
>> Any suggestions?
> Your application exceeds the available memory resources. See README of the
> BSP for memory options.
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