Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of TBR/UserManual/Simulators


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Nov 6, 2008, 11:28:30 AM (12 years ago)
Author:
Robert
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add link to serial port simulation

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    8  *  i386/pc386 -- This is a BSP for PCs which can be tested by simulators and virtual environments such as Bochs, [wiki:Developer/VirtualMachines/VMWareSetup VMWare], and QEMU.  [wiki:TBR/UserManual/QEMU QEMU] provides PC emulation and is often used to test RTEMS. ''[wiki:Developer/VirtualMachines/VMWareSetup MinGW:Grub2:VMWare Development Environment Setup]'' describes how to setup a development host environment with MinGW, Grub2 and VMWare to build, boot and simulate RTEMS on Windows.
     8 *  i386/pc386 -- This is a BSP for PCs which can be tested by simulators and virtual environments such as Bochs, [wiki:Developer/VirtualMachines/VMWareSetup VMWare], and QEMU.  [wiki:TBR/UserManual/QEMU QEMU] provides PC emulation and is often used to test RTEMS. ''[wiki:Developer/VirtualMachines/VMWareSetup MinGW:Grub2:VMWare Development Environment Setup]'' describes how to setup a development host environment with MinGW, Grub2 and VMWare to build, boot and simulate RTEMS on Windows, and ''[wiki:Developer/Simulators/VMWare Simulate Serial Communication Application]'' demonstrates how to use such environment to develop applications involving peripherals.
    99 *  mips/jmr3904 - Toshiba MIPS TX3904 simulator in gdb.
    1010 *  powerpc/psim -- synthetic PPC603 based-board simulated in gdb.  See [wiki:TBR/BSP/Psim PSIM  BSP] for more information