users Digest, Vol 167, Issue 8

Vijay Kumar Banerjee vijay at
Tue Aug 11 01:10:00 UTC 2020

Hi Zack,

I have posted a comment below...

On Tue, Aug 11, 2020 at 5:54 AM Zacchaeus Liang <zliang111 at> wrote:
> I tried to add the prefix and i had the prefix  with this
> rtems-test --rtems-bsp=i386-rtems5 --rtems-tools=$HOME/development/rtems/5 --rtems-prefix=$HOME/development/rtems/5
> i get the same error. Was the prefix correct based on the instructions?
> Thanks
> zack
> Il giorno lun 10 ago 2020 alle ore 00:31 Niteesh G. S. < at> ha scritto:
>> Hello,
>>> Hello,
>>> I'm Zack and I'm currently finishing up my university degree in comp sci.
>>> I'm really interested in aviation and aerospace systems. I want to get into
>>> rtems to learn more about rtos and contribute to rtems !
>>> Currently I'm trying to build rtems and test and bsp. Hoping to then
>>> contribute. I followed one of you GSOC student's tutorials and tried to go
>>> ahead. I'm trying to build the test the bsp right now.
>>> here is his blog post
>>> I tried to run the bsp testing like this and it says the ini file is not
>>> found.  Is this the right bsp argument?  After this i'm going to try to
>>> build an application and would like to know the right path to install it.
>>> Any tips on looking for easy things to learn to patch? Thanks in advance i
>>> know it's a handful for questions!
>>> zakonrockets at zakonrockets-Inspiron-15-7000-Gaming:~/development/rtems/kernels-5/pcp-386$
>>> rtems-test --rtems-bsp=i386-rtems5
>>> --rtems-tools=$HOME/development/rtems/5
>>> RTEMS Testing - Tester, 5.0.not_released
>>>  Command Line: /home/zakonrockets/development/rtems/5/bin/rtems-test
>>> --rtems-bsp=i386-rtems5

--rtems-bsp option should have the bsp and not the architecture.
Please try --rtems-bsp=pc-qemu

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