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Re: getting started with ECOS
- From: Roland Caßebohm <roland dot cassebohm at VisionSystems dot de>
- To: ecos-devel at ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Cc: "Gerard J. Cerchio" <gjpc at circlesoft dot com>
- Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 10:05:52 +0200
- Subject: Re: getting started with ECOS
- Organization: Vision Systems GmbH
- References: <200410132243.i9DMhDHO083128@bastion.OB1Net.net>
As I know in the default settings the SNDS-100 board is
configured to be big-endian. Maybe you haven't build eCos for
For which startup type is eCos configured? If it is for RAM
the initial hardware configuration is missing and you have to
do it by the JTAG. For example remapping RAM to 0x0 and FLASH
to I think 0x2000000.
Am Donnerstag, 14. Oktober 2004 00:40 schrieb Gerard J.
> Hi All,
> I am a new comer to ECOS.
> I am trying to port our current project from a commercial
> RTOS and wish to do some testing of ECOS on the SNDS-100.
> I have managed to build a simple kernel, a redboot, and an
> Ethernet kernel.
> I have a few of the tests built and ready to go.
> I am having trouble actually running the built modules on
> the SNDS-100. I am using the Lauterbach Trace 32 debugger
> and none of the modules appear to run, after loading them
> with success.
> Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Also any network throughput test results for the SNDS-100
> or any Samsung S3C4510 device running ECOS would be
> I am attempting to run ECOS v2.0 built with the distributed
> arm-elf tools.
> I am using Cygwin as the working environment and found the
> updated config tool and find that it works fine.
> Gerard J. Cerchio
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