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Free RTOS Example video

Posted by Amit on October 16, 2011
I want to port Free RTOS to LPC ROM. I am using Keil. Any document or video how to do ?

RE: Free RTOS Example video

Posted by Richard on October 16, 2011
An LPC what?

Regards.

RE: Free RTOS Example video

Posted by Amit on October 17, 2011
LPC Means LPC series example - LPC2148

RE: Free RTOS Example video

Posted by Dave on October 17, 2011
“LPC Means LPC series example - LPC2148”


Yes, I'm sure Richard is very aware of that.

The LPC also means Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, ARM7 and ARM9 cores. So just saying LPC is too broad a description for him to reply to.

RE: Free RTOS Example video

Posted by Richard on October 17, 2011
“The LPC also means Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, ARM7 and ARM9”


.....don't forget 8051

The LPC2148 is an ARM7 though.

There is an LPC2129 demo for the Keil tools here: http://www.freertos.org/portlpckeil.html

Regards.


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