Re: Embedded device using ARM7TDMI -- where to start ?
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Hello, On Thursday 01 October 2009 14:40:22 Pascal Dupuis wrote: > Hello, > > As a new member, let me introduce myself : I have a background in > measurement, data modelling, statistics. I'm involved in research > projects where the link between the physical sensors and acquisition > systems is performed by local, low-power microcontrollers in close > vicinity of the sensors. > > I'm evaluating the option of using an embedded device built around an > ARM7TDMI core. I looked at the uClinux site, and noticed the ARM7TDMI > port is no more available. In linux-2.6.30, under arch/arm, there are > a few references to 7TDMI. So I tried 'make menuconfig ARCH=arm', but > didn't figure how to reach the right options, as I didn't find a way > to activate the NOMMU kernel option. The question is thus how to > generate the kernel config for this specific processor ? What you need to do: - export ARCH=arm Then you can look at default configs for supported boards. Cf. arch/arm/configs/integrator_defconfig for example. If this matches the board you have you can do a 'make integrator_defconfig'. Also 'make menuconfig' can help: in the menu, you need to select your system type in 'System Type ---> ARM System Type', then the platform type. > > Regards > > Pascal Dupuis Note: lists.arm.linux.org.uk is not in use anymore. I hope this helps, Jean _______________________________________________ linux-arm mailing list linux-arm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-arm
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