Fwd: Embedded device using ARM7TDMI -- where to start ?
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Hi Pascal, Using uClinux for armnommu is a good choice. You can refer to the samsung ARM7 BSP from : http://opensrc.sec.samsung.com/ 2009/10/1 Pascal Dupuis <Pascal.Dupuis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: > 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 ? > > Regards > > Pascal Dupuis > > -- > Dr. ir. Pascal Dupuis, assistant de recherche / research assistant > U.C.Louvain EPL/ELEC/DICE : http://www.dice.ucl.ac.be/ > Batiment Maxwell; Place du Levant, 3; B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve Belgium > Tel. +32-10-47 22 74; Fax +32-10-47 25 98 > > _______________________________________________ > linux-arm mailing list > linux-arm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-arm > -- Wan z.s -- Wan z.s _______________________________________________ linux-arm mailing list linux-arm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-arm
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