Developing with RTEMS on the host

Denis Obrezkov denisobrezkov at
Fri Jun 2 22:12:14 UTC 2017

2017-06-03 0:55 GMT+03:00 Steven Grunza <steven.grunza at>:

> Why avoid frequent ROM writing?  Most of the systems on which I have
> worked that would be suitable for RTEMS saved the code in Flash memory -
> most of them used on-board Flash.  Can you describe the hardware a little?
> CPU, memory, etc?
> To run from NFS it seems like there would need to be some code on-board to
> get a bootloader started so that networking was available to access the NFS
> shared file and download it to RAM, then jump to it.
> On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 8:55 AM, Denis Obrezkov <denisobrezkov at>
> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I want to ask, is it possible to develop applications with RTEMS
>> using nfs? So, building an application->putting it into the shared folder,
>> and running the application from the target from the mounted nfs folder?
>> Or, how to avoid frequent ROM writing?
>> --
>> Regards, Denis Obrezkov
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> It is not about the size, but about the ease of use. Also, flash has a
finite number of write cycles.
So, it is interesting for is there such possibility in RTEMS?

Regards, Denis Obrezkov
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