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Am 21.02.2018 um 00:14 schrieb Joel Sherrill:
> On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 3:23 PM, Gedare Bloom <gedare at rtems.org
> <mailto:gedare at rtems.org>> wrote:
> Hello and welcome,
> For projects that intend to use a specific board, we require that you
> can demonstrate some proficiency with the board itself. In this case,
> you should be able to run RTEMS on the BBB first. Now, there has been
> significant progress made on BBB support, so hopefully someone may
> chime in with what else might remain to be done with it. With a little
> bit of digging, you should be able to find prior students and mentors
> for BBB related projects.
> My recollection is that the student working on Wifi got it working with a
> USB dongle on either the BBB or Pi. The Wifi stack still needs work
> independent of any BSP and we have listed that as a project.
> But I thought the BBB was in pretty good shape overall. But that's just
> from memory.
I have been a mentor for Sichen last year. He has done some driver
support for the core RTEMS BSP of the BBB last year and he ported the
necessary libbsd drivers to use a USB WiFi dongle on that board. He also
put a lot of work into the encrypted WiFi support.
I think the year before Punit has worked on the BBB BSP.
Like Joel already said, the core BBB is quite well supported. But there
are still some drivers like CAN, Ethernet or USB OTG (to name a few)
that could be implemented. I've posted an update to the ticket on BBB
(#2891) some weeks back.
There are also still two projects regarding the WiFi support that could
be done. The BBB is a really good platform for that. That would be the
tickets #3222 and #3223.
You can find the tickets linked on the open projects page in the wiki.
> On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 1:56 PM, Udit agarwal <dev.madaari at gmail.com
> <mailto:dev.madaari at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am Udit Agarwal(irc handle: madaari), pursuing my undergraduate
> degree in
> > Electronics Engineering from Netaji subash Institute of
> Technology, India.
> > I had some experience of TI-RTOS on MSP432(Cortex M)
> microcontroller, with a
> > pretty good grasp on Beagle Bone Black and other hardware stuff.
> I'm pretty
> > excited about the project of improving RTEMS support on Beagle
> Bone Black,
> > and would thus like to compete for it.
> > Being already started with RTEMS documentation and the Hello World
> > I would like to know about any other resources i can consider
> apart from
> > documentation and RSB guide, for this specific BSP(Beagle Bone Black)?
> > Thanks,
> > Udit Agarwal
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