micro13 | 29 Jan 08:12 2008
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problem with building ecos


Hello !
It´s my first post on this forum, so hello everyone and please, don´t kill
me.

I have a problem with building latest ecos sources that I get from CVS two
days ago.

micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$updatedb

micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ locate tclConfig.sh
/usr/lib/tcl8.4/tclConfig.sh
micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ ../ecos/configure
--prefix=/home/micro/workspace/ecosbuild/ --with-tcl=8.4
loading cache ./config.cache
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking for a BSD compatible install... (cached) /usr/bin/install -c
checking whether build environment is sane... yes
checking whether make sets ${MAKE}... (cached) yes
checking for working aclocal... found
checking for working autoconf... found
checking for working automake... found
checking for working autoheader... found
checking for working makeinfo... found
checking whether to enable maintainer-specific portions of Makefiles... no
checking that a separate build tree is being used... yes
creating ./config.status
creating Makefile
configuring in host
running /bin/sh ../../ecos/host/configure 
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Sergei Gavrikov | 29 Jan 08:59 2008
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Re: problem with building ecos

On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 11:12:13PM -0800, micro13 wrote:
> 
> Hello !
> It??s my first post on this forum, so hello everyone and please, don??t kill
> me.
> 
> I have a problem with building latest ecos sources that I get from CVS two
> days ago.
> 
> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$updatedb
> 
> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ locate tclConfig.sh
> /usr/lib/tcl8.4/tclConfig.sh
> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ ../ecos/configure
> --prefix=/home/micro/workspace/ecosbuild/ --with-tcl=8.4
[snip]

cut from README.host

3) --with-tcl=<path>
   --with-tcl-version=<number>

So, a right configure call is

./configure --prefix=<yours> --with-tcl-version=8.4

Sergei

P.S.

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eCos porting to MPC8555 with WiMax board

hai all,
          I am tring to port ecos to MPC 8555 processor with WiMax
board. I found major areas that needs to be change and those are
serial,ethernet drivers, inturrupt handling, memory management. now my
quetions are

Does porting eCos to a new processor depend on both processor and board?
Is there any other areas that need to be change?
I am thinking to use MPC 8260 as base line is it correct or not?
plz some one clear my doubts at the earliest.

Andrew Lunn | 29 Jan 09:59 2008
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Re: eCos porting to MPC8555 with WiMax board

On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 02:14:08PM +0530, madhulingeswara reddy vennapusa wrote:
> hai all,
>           I am tring to port ecos to MPC 8555 processor with WiMax
> board. I found major areas that needs to be change and those are
> serial,ethernet drivers, inturrupt handling, memory management. now my
> quetions are
> 
> Does porting eCos to a new processor depend on both processor and board?

Yes.

You should separate out the processor from the board. You should have
packages which can be used for any MPC 8555 and packages which can be
used just for your MPC 8555 on your board. Doing it like this allows
the generic MPC 8555 packages to be used with another board which has
an MPC8555.

    Andrew

Gary Thomas | 29 Jan 13:21 2008

Re: eCos porting to MPC8555 with WiMax board

madhulingeswara reddy vennapusa wrote:
> hai all,
>           I am tring to port ecos to MPC 8555 processor with WiMax
> board. I found major areas that needs to be change and those are
> serial,ethernet drivers, inturrupt handling, memory management. now my
> quetions are
> 
> Does porting eCos to a new processor depend on both processor and board?
> Is there any other areas that need to be change?
> I am thinking to use MPC 8260 as base line is it correct or not?
> plz some one clear my doubts at the earliest.

Have you read the porting guide in the documentation?

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Cisco Systems Job - Network processor Software Development position

Hi Network processor software development Guru's

I am sending this on behalf of the Manager of Network processor
development group at Cisco, San Jose - CA

Email your resume to mohamali <at> cisco.com if interested

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systems in embedded networking/telecommunications projects. Proven track
record of successful projects in similar products/technologies is
preferred.
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micro13 | 30 Jan 09:22 2008
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Re: problem with building ecos


Hello Sergei

Thank You very much, I succesfully compile ecos infrastructure and
configtool after more careful reading of README.host.

Cheers
Grzegorz Heldt.

Sergei Gavrikov-4 wrote:
> 
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 11:12:13PM -0800, micro13 wrote:
>> 
>> Hello !
>> It??s my first post on this forum, so hello everyone and please, don??t
>> kill
>> me.
>> 
>> I have a problem with building latest ecos sources that I get from CVS
>> two
>> days ago.
>> 
>> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$updatedb
>> 
>> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ locate tclConfig.sh
>> /usr/lib/tcl8.4/tclConfig.sh
>> micro <at> u:~/workspace/ecosbuild$ ../ecos/configure
>> --prefix=/home/micro/workspace/ecosbuild/ --with-tcl=8.4
> [snip]
> 
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