Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of TBR/UserManual/Simulators


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    3838There are several free/open source software emulators out there which might be capable of running RTEMS. These are not supported and we would like to hear about any user success/failure to get them running with RTEMS, even better if you provide appropriate BSP changes to get recent RTEMS running on one of them. The list of emulators looks:
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    40  * [http://www.qemu.org qemu] -- the most promising: provides system emulation for x86/amd64/powerpc/sparc, recent code base added coldfire, sparc64 and mips.It is possible to use pc386 BSP running succesfully on top of Qemu/x86 emulator including full network emulation. Some users might even consider trying RTEMS PowerPC port running on top of Qemu/PowerPC system emulation layer. Probably PREP mode is the most close, since it support one of the RTEMS supported board (eMesquite MCP750). With RTEMS-4.11 there is now a [wiki:TBR/BSP/Qemuprep qemuprep] BSP available for early testing.
     40 * [http://www.qemu.org qemu] -- the most promising: provides system emulation for x86/amd64/powerpc/sparc, recent code base added coldfire, sparc64 and mips.It is possible to use pc386 BSP running succesfully on top of Qemu/x86 emulator including full network emulation. Some users might even consider trying RTEMS PowerPC port running on top of Qemu/PowerPC system emulation layer. Probably PREP mode is the most close, since it support one of the RTEMS supported board (eMesquite MCP750). With RTEMS-4.11 there is now a [wiki:TBR/BSP/Qemuprep qemuprep] BSP available for early testing. You can also use Qemu for running LEON3 BSP. You will need to apply few patches to it thought. For more information about it follow [https://lists.rtems.org/pipermail/users/2014-October/028257.html this thread]
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    4242 *  [http://www.skyeye.org SkyEye] -- supports a variety of ARM CPU models.  Shuld be possible to create a set of simple BSPs using this.  Seek the RTEMS Wiki Page [wiki:Developer/Simulators/SkyEye SkyEye] for more information.