[ECOS] RE: how to check my modifications to the kernel without a board? size=100 maxlength=80 style=

jiang jet jetjiang@hotmail.com
Fri Jun 15 08:59:00 GMT 2007




>From: "xiaolu zhao" <deerxiaolu@gmail.com>
>To: "jiang jet" <jetjiang@hotmail.com>, ecos-discuss@ecos.sourceware.org
>Subject: how to check my modifications to the kernel without a 
board?>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 17:04:05 +0200
>
>Hi, I met a big problem, would you like to give me some advices?
>
>I did some modifications to the ecos Kernel code(like in sched.cxx,
>thread.hxx etc.). But I have no a real hardware board. So I want to
>use VMware as a virtual machine to see the results.Is it possible?
>
Redboot just uses the same hal layer as ecos, so it is sure possible 
>I tried the redbbot on the Vmware and the "hello.c" example works. 
>But
>after I modified the kernel code and rebuild the ecos using the
>configtool, it did not give any compilation complaints. I know it is
>impossible, there should be a lot of errors in the code. Does 
>Redbbot
>have nothing to do with the ecos kernel files?
>
>If the redboot has nothing to do with the kernels, how can I check 
>my
>modificaiton to the kernel files with VMare?
using test cases in ecos
>
>Thank you so much in advance!!!

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