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Using FreeRTOS on CortexM4

Posted by Ander on June 27, 2011
Hello,

I´m learning with microcontrollers
I have been using FreeRtos with some boards and it works great
And Now I would like to use the Free RTOS on my kinetis K60 N512 board with the Cortex M4 processor
I know that without FPU unit (my situation) you can use the base of Cortex M3
I´m Working with the IAR Embedded Workbench (6.1)

But how I do this? how I can modify the code? Which modifications I have to do to use the FreeRTOS on my CortexM4?

Than you very much, really

Best regards

RE: Using FreeRTOS on CortexM4

Posted by Richard on June 27, 2011
I don't understand. First you say:

“I know that without FPU unit (my situation) you can use the base of Cortex M3”


which is correct. Then you say:

“But how I do this? how I can modify the code? Which modifications I have to do to use the FreeRTOS on my CortexM4?”


Does that not contradict your first statement?

There is a Kinetis K60 demo in the FreeRTOS interactive site (http://interactive.freertos.org).

Regards.

RE: Using FreeRTOS on CortexM4

Posted by Ander on June 28, 2011
I don´t have to do nothing to use de FreeRTOS on the CortexM4?

I don´t have to modificate nothing?

RE: Using FreeRTOS on CortexM4

Posted by Ander on June 28, 2011
I don´t have to do nothing to use de FreeRTOS on the CortexM4?

I don´t have to modificate nothing?

thank you

regards


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