[ECOS] Re: Building eCos.
Thu Apr 3 18:02:00 GMT 2014
Since you are new to eCos, I would suggest downloading the latest
snapshot build of the eCos Configuration Tool for Linux hosts. Ref:
You might also download the arm-eabi test release toolchain. Ref:
In the eCos Configuration Tool, set the eCos repository location (Build
>> Repository) as follows:
(this is the folder containing the "packages" folder)
You should then see the eCos configuration tree.
Select the STM32F4-Discovery hardware template (Build >> Templates).
Select the location of your arm-eabi toolchain "bin" folder containing
arm-eabi-gcc (Tools >> Paths >> Build Tools).
You should then be able to build eCos.
I hope this helps...
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Building eCos.
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2014 21:52:32 +0200
From: kalibar6 <email@example.com>
I am trying to play a bit with eCos on STM32F4 Discovery board. I am
working under Ubuntu 12.04 (32bit). I know that in downloaded binaries
there is no support for this platform. I have to download source files from
CVS repository and compile them myself. OK. I have downloaded them:
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/ecos co -P ecos
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvs/ecos co -P host
System variable $ECOS_REPOSITORY has been set up to my downloaded files:
Now after multiple approaches I can't get this thing fully compiled and
installed. In main source folder I have created folder 'build' and run
configure script and make and install:
sudo make install
Some files are getting compiled/build but not all of them. There is still
lack of GUI for eCos configuration and package for for my board does not
seem to build. I would really appreciate some help on this matter as I have
spend quite a lot of time on this and got stuck in dead end with no help
from README files nor google.
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