[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut on TI's Cortex-M3 (Stellaris LM3S...)
ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Mon Oct 8 12:08:11 CEST 2012
> I'm working on a little I/O board featuring an LM3S9D90 and an FPGA.
> Until some time ago I'd planned not to use an OS at all and implement a
> So my
> question is now if there is already some work in progress for this
> processor and it hasn't been committed yet (or I didn't find it...) or
> if I need to do this from scratch.
Unfortunately there was not much effort spent yet to support the LM3s
series yet. So there is only a configuration file and a linker script
In general the kernel will start up on the LM3S, but only the kernel.
Any device driver have to be written from scratch.
I just though about doing this, but currently I could do this only as a
commercial project, as my spare time is limited.
> I suppose I'd need some assistance
> for the latter option, as I've never done this before.
I'd be happy to give you any assistance, wherever you need. I have two
LM3S boards here, so I can also help you with debugging.
> And another thing: Is it preferable to use the cm3-ecross-gcc from
> Thermotemp or the one that ships with TI's stellarisware?
Whatever you better like.
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