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MinGW:Grub2:VMWare Development Environment Setup

This page describes Windows development environment setup with MinGW, Grub2 and VMWare.

Build RTEMS Using MinGW

Please refer to MinGW Tools for Windows for details of how to setup MinGW to build RTEMS on Windows. The following are brief steps to build a pc686 BSP:

export PATH=/c/opt/rtems-4.9/bin:${PATH} cd /usr/local/src/rtems tar -xvjf ../rtems-4.9.0.tar.bz2

mkdir i386_install mkdir i386_build cd i386_build ../rtems-4.9.0/configure --target=i386-rtems4.9 --enable-rtemsbsp=pc686 --enable-cxx --enable-rdbg --prefix=/usr/local/src/rtems/i386_install make all install

Workaround -lstdc++_s Issue

To temporarily workaround the build issue of "...ld.exe: cannot find -lstdc++_s", use vi to change "-lstdc++_s" to "-lstdc++" Makefile in the following 2 directory:

/usr/local/src/rtems/i386_build/i386-rtems4.9/c/pc686/testsuites/samples/iostream /usr/local/src/rtems/i386_build/i386-rtems4.9/c/pc686/testsuites/samples/cdtest

Create CD Image Using Grub2

Check out and Build the Latest Grub2 Source From SVN

As of this writing, as shown below there is a configure issue with the latest Grub2 release grub-1.96:

configure: error: GRUB requires a working absolute objcopy; upgrade your binutils

Fortunately someone already fixed it in SVN.

mkdir -p /usr/local/src/grub/build cd /usr/local/src/grub svn co svn://svn.sv.gnu.org/grub/trunk/grub2

cd /usr/local/src/grub/build ../grub2/configure --prefix=/usr/local make all intall

Workaround a Linking Issue

During the above configure step, to workaround the linking issue resulted from the lack of soft link in Windows, vi grub2/configure to change

cp -p "$srcdir/$ac_source" "$ac_file"

to

cp -pr "$srcdir/$ac_source" "$ac_file"

mkisofs and genisoimage

1) Download all executables from http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/tools/win32/

2) Install all downloaded executables into /mingw/bin

3) cp /mingw/bin/mkisofs.exe /mingw/bin/genisoimage.exe

Create CD Image

The following is a sample grub.cfg (Note that cd0 will be used by default):

# RTEMS Grubs Configuration for the Sample Tests

set default=12

menuentry "RTEMS - Hello" {

multiboot /tests/hello.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Ticker" {

multiboot /tests/ticker.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Minimum" {

multiboot /tests/minimum.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Paranoia" {

multiboot /tests/paranoia.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - File IO" {

multiboot /tests/fileio.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Unlimited" {

multiboot /tests/unlimited.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Loopback" {

multiboot /tests/loopback.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - PPPD" {

multiboot /tests/pppd.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Base Mulitprocessor" {

multiboot /tests/base_mp.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Base Single Processor" {

multiboot /tests/base_sp.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - C++ Static Constructors" {

multiboot /tests/cdtest.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - C++ IO Streams" {

multiboot /tests/cxx_iostream.exe

}

menuentry "RTEMS - Capture" {

multiboot /tests/capture.exe

}

mkdir -p /usr/local/src/rtems/i386_install/grub_cfg/boot/grub copy your grub.cfg to /usr/local/src/rtems/i386_install/grub_cfg/boot/grub grub-mkrescue --overlay=/usr/local/src/rtems/i386_install/i386-rtems4.9/pc686/lib/rtems-4.9 \

--overlay=/usr/local/src/rtems/i386_install/grub_cfg /vm/pc686_rtems4.9.0.iso

(You can output the iso file in your chosen directory. I have a /vm mapping in my fstab.)= Simulate in VMWare Using ISO Image =

Download free VMware Server 2 (mine is VMware-server-2.0.0-116503.exe) from http://www.vmware.com/freedownload/login.php?product=server20.

There is no need to actually burn ISO image into CD. When configuring CD/DVD drive in Create Virtual Machine wizard, select ISO image option to use the ISO image created in the above steps. This makes updating and testing RTEMS ISO image very convenient.

I tried out the hello, cdtest, cxx_iostream and capture examples in VMWare, and they worked.

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