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Compilation issues under i386 for i386.



Jean Gabriel Gonzalez wrote:
> Hello Daron and Chris,
>
> Thank you very much for your answers.
>
> We have tried with your method :
>  
> So, we changed the configure command like that :
>  
> /root/Desktop/rtems-4.7.1/configure --target=i386-rtems4.7 
> --enable-rtemsbsp=pc386 --prefix=/opt/rtems-4.7
>  
> It works well.
>  
> Then, we specified the PATH : export PATH=/opt/rtems-4.7/bin:${PATH}
>  
> After, we have made the following command :
>  
> #make all install
>  
> --> The compilation finished and created a lot of files in my buil 
> directory.
>  
> So, now, the next step for us it to boot on RTEMS. We have seen there are 
> severals samples in
> ./i386-rtems4.7/c/pc386/testsuites/samples
>  
> We have tried to boot directly on the hello application with grub 
> bootloader. In fact, we don't know if we can directly boot on these 
> applications because wich file correspond to the initrd and kernel image.
>  
>
>   
RTEMS is not GNU/Linux. :)  The hello.exe you have is the entire executable.
You can boot it from a floppy image and use qemu if you like. 

ftp://ftp.rtems.org/pub/rtems/4.7.1/contrib/pc386_grub_image/

contains an old grub image with some sample executables.   You can try it by
dd'ing it to a floppy of using qemu like "qemu -fda grub144". 
> Or, do we have to launch these applications under Linux like a processus, 
> and how to?
>  
> If you have any ideas, let us know.
>  
> Regards and many thanks for your precious advices.
>
> Matthieu Desarmeaux & Jean-Gabriel Gonzalez
> Interns in the University of Oklahoma
> School of Computer Science
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