Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of GCI/Coding/HelloWorld


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Timestamp:
Sep 6, 2018, 8:10:51 PM (10 months ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill
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Update per Vijay's suggestions.

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    66This task consists of following the instructions at [wiki:GSoC/GettingStarted GSOC Getting Started] and helping improve the instructions.
     
    1111Follow the instructions at https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/GSoC/GettingStarted **EXCEPT**:
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    13  *  Use your favorite GNU/Linux distribution.
    14   *  [http://www.virtualbox.org Virtualbox] images are available which should give you more options (http://virtualboximages.com/) including using a Windows computer to run a virtual machine with GNU/Linux.
     13 *  Use your favorite host operating system to do this. You can do this on Windows using MSYS2, a GNU/Linux distribution, MacOS, FreeBSD, etc. Guidance on many operatiing systems is in the [https://docs.rtems.org/branches/master/rsb/hosts.html# Hosts] section of the RTEMS Source Builder [https://docs.rtems.org/branches/master/rsb manual].
     14  * In many cases, you can use [http://www.virtualbox.org Virtualbox] to execute the operating system virtually. Many operating system images are available are available at https://virtualboxes.org/images/ and https://www.osboxes.org/virtualbox-images/. This allows you to use a Windows computer to run a virtual machine with GNU/Linux or FreeBSD. Note that the virtual machines there may need to be updated and have extra packages installed to be suitable for building RTEMS tools and RTEMS itself.
    1515 *  Build your own tools using the [wiki:Developer/Tools/RSB RTEMS Source Builder (RSB)]
    1616 *  '''Report back on the process''' to help us improve the [wiki:GSoC/GettingStarted GSoC Getting Started] page to be current, clear, and correct.