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Unable to load examples for RTEMS for GBA
- Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 16:12:55 -0600
- From: joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com (Joel Sherrill)
- Subject: Unable to load examples for RTEMS for GBA
> Hi Joel,
> I too am using Linux (Slackware 12 :) ). I downloaded VisualBoyAdvance
> 1.7.1 for Linux (Linux + SDL + glibc22) from the main site.
Hmm.. maybe I need to download that.
> I built my
> RTEMS and GCC based on the instructions from:
I haven't tried arm/gba for Ada. I think ARM works for
Ada but haven't tried it recently. The GBA doesn't have
a lot of memory and that is bad for Ada but hello should
work if you configured RTEMS with POSIX.
> In addition to the EXEs under testsuite, I tried compiling a simple
> Ada hello program following the documentation on the RTEMSAda Wiki. It
> too failed with the same error.
I just sent you my ticker.exe as a sanity check. Hopefully
it will make it through the email filters.
You need to try some simple C examples before moving on to Ada.
> When I get home, I'll try BoyCott Advance.
> On Nov 8, 2007 12:54 PM, Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com> wrote:
>> Micronian wrote:
>>> I just built RTEMS 4.8 and GCC 4.2.2 using target=arm-rtems and
>>> selected the gba BSP. I read somewhere on the mailing list that it is
>>> possible to load the EXE files (under testsuites) in a emulator. I
>>> downloaded VisualBoyAdvance but when I try to load one of the EXEs
>>> (e.g. hello.exe) it says "Unknown file type". I don't have a real GBA
>>> to play with, so that is why I need an emulator.
>> I'm on Linux and tried ticker.exe built from the CVS head.
>> It ran using a GBA simulator named BoyCott Advance
>> that I downloaded a while back.
>> I have only found a MS-Windows VisualBoyAdvance version.
>> If you have a GNU/Linux one, I would like to know.
>>> Can anyone shed some light? This is my first time exploring RTEMS.
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