[ECOS] Network Support
Wed Feb 10 18:37:00 GMT 1999
Has anyone looked into porting the XINU stack to eCos? The license for XINU
allows free commercial use and it's well documented.
From: David J. Fiddes <D.J@fiddes.surfaid.org>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 3:23 PM
Subject: RE: [ECOS] Network Support
>> Does this mean that there is *no* IP support is eCOS?
>> I amplanning on making extensive use of the networking
>> capabilities of the MPC860T. Does this mean purchasing
>> commercial stacks?
>> Has anyone ever done this?
>I know this is the wrong forum but....
>RTEMS (the first(?) Open Source RTOS ;) has a decent TCP/IP stack... and
>a *LOT* of MPC860 people using it. I don't think that anyone has released a
>BSP for a generic MPC860 board but I'm sure that getting one together is
>As far as RTOSs go RTEMS is somewhere between eCos and a larger RTOS like
>vxworks for features. Have a look at http://www.oarcorp.com/ for details.
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