[ECOS] synthetic target & permanent redboot installation (fwd)
Giridhara R P
Thu Nov 18 10:09:00 GMT 2004
u must build and install the i/o auxiliary.
follow these steps. (ecos 2.0 on linux).
1. create an installing directory.
Eg,. mkdir syth_build
2. run the syth configure tool
assume ur ecos2.0 is present in ur home directory.
or u can set PATH also
3. login as Super user
5. exit (exit from super user)
The (default) installed location is /usr/local in libexec. The code makes
extensive use of Tcl/TK and requires version 8.3 or later. This is checked
by the configure script. By default it will use the system's Tcl
installation in /usr.
To c the output.
set ecos environment variable.
go to example directory.
execute sample program.
$./hello --io -k
U can c an output window (TCL/TK window)
Using synth serial io u can use comp ports, ethernet.
For more information go through ecos's user Reference -> sythetic target.
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004, Yenny Rusli wrote:
> I'm getting confused about how to use the synthetic target. How can I get
> to the I/O auxiliary's window such as the one in
> & how should I use the target definition file?
> On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Andrew Lunn wrote:
> > configure is used to build the host tools. Its not normally needed to
> > build these, you can just download them all pre-build. See
> > http://ecos.sourceware.org/getstart.html
> > To build the eCos library see:
> > http://ecos.sourceware.org/docs-latest/user-guide/ecos-user-guide.html
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