- Getting started guide oriented toward GSoC students but useful for anyone.
- Quick Start for new users and developers.
- Using the Eclipse IDE with RTEMS.
- Using Ada with RTEMS.
GSoC and SOCIS
RTEMS General Information
- Processor architectures (CPUs) and embedded system boards (BSPs) supported by RTEMS
- Download or Git RTEMS.
- RTEMS Project's Historical Timeline, Mission Statement, Code of Conduct, License.
- RTEMS Project's Release information, Documentation and FAQ.
- RTEMS community: Mailing Lists and Internet Relay (IRC)
- Published references to RTEMS
Application Development with RTEMS
- Quick Start and Training Opportunities.
- Running RTEMS in a simulator.
- Tracing an RTEMS Application.
- Report a bug.
- Hints for Debugging.
- Supported filesystems, graphics libraries, and network stack features.
- Some of the free and commercial software that works with RTEMS.
RTEMS Developer Information
- Contributing: How and Why.
- Git Repository access.
- Coding Conventions: Style and other rules for RTEMS code.
- Current RTEMS Ideas, Open Projects, and Small Projects to get started.
- Submitting a board support package (BSP) for a new board.
- Test Suites and Coverage Analysis?.
- Remote Access Lab.
- Release - Information on the next RTEMS releases.
- waf - waf build system.
Release Series Notes
- 4.11 Release Notes -- Git will become 4.11
- 4.10 Release Notes
- 4.9 Release Notes
- 4.8 Release Notes
- 4.7 Release Notes
- 4.6 Release Notes
To be Removed
- TBR - Pages that will be removed from this wiki.
The migration is an ongoing process. For updates/status please see our Migration page.