Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of TBR/UserManual/Quick_Start


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Feb 10, 2015, 9:10:51 PM (5 years ago)
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    4 This page is intended to be a very quick overview of installing an RTEMS Development Environment on your host. An RTEMS Development Environment consists of the tools, ie the C/C++ compiler and debugger, and an RTEMS kernel for the Board Support Package (BSP) you are interested in. If you are new to RTEMS and interested seeing how it works and want to playing we suggest the SPARC simulator SIS BSP. It is easy to set up and use and requires no knowledge of the SPARC CPU.  This guide will be enough to get you started and it makes no attempt to detail every configuration option, CPU and BSP supported, or how to download and run on an arbitrary BSP.
     4Creating an RTEMS Development Environment consists of building tools, ie the C/C++ compiler and debugger, and an RTEMS kernel for the Board Support Package (BSP) you are interested in. If you are new to RTEMS we suggest starting on the SPARC simulator SIS BSP. It is easy to set up and use with this guide.
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    66 * Join the [wiki:TBR/Website/RTEMSMailingLists users mailing list] and ask questions to get help.
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     8 * You may also like the GSoC/GettingStarted tutorial.
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    810 *  Installing the Tools. You can get the tools from [wiki:TBR/UserManual/RTEMS_Source_Builder  RTEMS Source Builder (RSB)] and for selected hosts there are [wiki:RTEMS_Prebuilt_Tools  prebuilt tools] are available. Select the ''sparc'' CPU toolset since that is the sample BSP we will be building.  Don't worry, you can easily remove the tools later if you decide you don't want a simulator environment to play with.