Is there a demo app for using sysBIOs on a M3 Stellaris CPU yet? I have 9b92 and 9B96 eval boards I would like to try to run sysBIOS on one of them to have a closer look at the RTOs etc. We have a custom board based on a 9D96 cpu that uses safe RTOS but we may considering upgrading to the M4F in the future to get around some of the problems in the M3’s so I could start looking at porting from safe RTOS to sys BIOS any time with the M3. I would like to see the sys BIOS working on our existing platform and check it out and see what it takes to get sysBIOS working and integrated with the tools (ccs5) and tcpip stack (lwip).. Is there any documentation on how to migrate from safe RTOS to sysBIOS around or is this still being worked out and isn't ready yet?
Yes there is an app note regarding SYS/BIOS on an M3*:
*also note that the current SYS/BIOS release does support the M4/M4F as well.
Is there a sample program that shows how to run lwIP with SYS/BIOS on a Stellaris MCU? We are developing a product with LM3S9D92 MCU.
At this time, there are no examples using SYS/BIOS with lwIP.
Are there any plans to create such an example?
I've attempted porting lwIP to SYS/BIOS on Stellaris for a few days without much success.
It's my first project using anything TI, and I seem to be fighting CCS more than I should.
We do have our NDK (TCP-IP stack) that you can leverage within SYS/BIOS to meet your networking needs. Please take a look at this post:
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