The Real-Time Executive for Multiprocessor Systems
is a full
supports a variety of open API and interface standards. Major decisions about RTEMS
are made by the Steering Committee
guided by the Mission Statement
We encourage everyone to contribute changes
and help testing RTEMS, and we provide access to our development sources with a
repository. We strive to provide regular, high
, which we want to
work well on a wide range of embedded targets using cross development from a variety of hosts
including GNU/Linux, MS-Windows, FreeBSD, Mingw, Cygwin, and Solaris.
For those new to RTEMS the Quick Start Guide
will give lead you through getting RTEMS tools, an RTEMS kernel and an easy to use Board Support Package (BSP).
We have two Fedora Virtual Machine images at
. The images are updated a
couple of times a year and is a low effort way to get started with RTEMS.
The VMs were created and tested using VirtualBox
. The VM
image includes SPARC and i386 target support as well as Eclipse with the RTEMS plugin.
Simulators are included for the SPARC/sis BSP and i386/pc386. Qemu
is also installed and configured to support testing networked applications with the pc386 BSP.
See the Virtual
Machine for Development
page for more details.