[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut for ARM7
harald.kipp at egnite.de
Thu Jul 27 17:27:10 CEST 2006
Crossworks is based on GCC and my assumption is, that it
should work. Michael Fischer actually used it for the
LPC-E2294 port of Nut/OS. See
The SAM7X is a highly integrated devices. Almost no
external devices are required. Nut/OS may probably run
on all SAM7X boards with none or nearly no modification.
Unlikely, but one point of incompatibility may be the
At 08:41 27.07.2006 -0600, you wrote:
>I have done some experimenting with my ethernut V1.3 board. I think that
>for some more intense applications that might come forth in the future the
>ARM CPUs would be a better choice. I have also done some testing with ARM
>CPUs and am quite pleased with them. I was thinking of purchasing
>Crossworks from Rowley Associates to do my development work with ARMs. Is
>it possible to use Crossworks in conjunction with Ethernut?
>It seems like ethernut has great potential to run on the AT91SAM7X from
>atmel once a few bugs are sorted out. Would it be possible in the future
>to run ethernut on the SAM7-EX256 from olimex when in becomes available?
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