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I see TI-RTOS and SYS/BIOS used interchangeably and available in multiple places across Texas Instrument's websites. How should I go about installing TI-RTOS?
The TI-RTOS Kernel (formerly known as SYS/BIOS) is Texas Instrument's proprietary Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) providing preemptive multi-threading, synchronization services, memory management, and interrupt handling. SYS/BIOS is the "TI-RTOS Kernel" component. Both names refer to the same thing. You may see the "TI-RTOS Kernel" name in other documents and on Texas Instrument's websites. This new name does not require any code changes on your part; directory and module names are not affected by this change. TI-RTOS (SYS/BIOS) is provided with full source code and requires no up-front or run-time license fees.
TI-RTOS is not installed automatically as part of the Code Composer Studio™ (CCS) installation. TI-RTOS may be obtained through a number of ways:
The following list will help you determine where to download TI-RTOS based on your device.
During installation, we recommend you install in the default directory (c:\ti or $home/ti). This will allow the CCS IDE to automatically detect your installation.
If you choose to install your product elsewhere, you must select Windows->Preferences->Code Composer Studio->RTSC->Products within your CCS IDE and add the path to your installation.
XDCtools is always included with the product installation. TI-RTOS is validated with the XDCtools version included in the installation.
TI-RTOS is also accessible from TI Cloud Tools through a number of product SDKs. This enables development without the need to download and install any software. There is no fee to use any of TI Cloud Tools available at dev.ti.com. TI Cloud Tools include CCS Cloud, a simplified environment designed for users who are evaluating TI platforms and need a quick way to run demo applications or try out examples.
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