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jolin
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09/13/16 02:13 AM
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I am developing an I2C driver for an accelerometer.


My objectives (actually it's the restriction I have as per the project guidelines given in my institute):



  1. use Linux flavour of operating systems - (software)

  2. use ARM core based ISA (ARM CORTEX- A or M series) - (hardware)


Any help in this regard would be great.


One of the solution offered to me was to go for FreeRTOS on NXP's LPC1769 which is ARM cortex-M3 based SoC. (using LPCXpresso developmental board)


But my question is: Why go for RTOS when my requirement is driver implementation? Why can't I take up normal vanilla flavour of Linux kernel or so?


And also any help regarding the developmental boards supporting the above configuration?


Any suggestions or thought process on this?





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04/19/20 01:03 AM
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