|author||Chris Johns <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-10-13 19:51:25 +1100|
|committer||Chris Johns <email@example.com>||2019-10-13 20:21:17 +1100|
|parent||bsps/beagle: update i2c section (diff)|
user/rsb: Update 3rd party package build and add packaging details.
Diffstat (limited to 'user/start')
1 files changed, 15 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/user/start/prefixes.rst b/user/start/prefixes.rst
index 2bd096f..9727503 100644
@@ -20,14 +20,21 @@ under. Packages that have a prefix will place all parts under the prefix
path. Packages for your host computer typically use a default prefix of
:file:`/usr/local` on FreeBSD and Linux.
-You have to select a prefix for your RTEMS tool suite installation. The RTEMS
-tool suite consists of a cross tool chain (Binutils, GCC, GDB, Newlib, etc.)
-for your target architecture and :ref:`other tools <HostTools>` provided by the
-RTEMS Project. You build and install the tool suite with the
-:ref:`RTEMS Source Builder (RSB) <RSB>`. By default, the RSB will start the
-prefix path with a host operating system specific path plus :file:`rtems` plus
-the RTEMS version, e.g. :file:`/opt/rtems/5` on Linux and
-:file:`/usr/local/rtems/5` on FreeBSD and macOS.
+You have to select a prefix for your installation. You will build and install
+the RTEMS tool suite, an RTEMS kernel for a BSP and you may build and install
+third party libraries. You can build them all as a stack with a single prefix
+or you can
+The RTEMS tool suite consists of a cross tool chain (Binutils, GCC, GDB,
+Newlib, etc.) for your target architecture and :ref:`other tools <HostTools>`
+provided by the RTEMS Project. The RTEMS
+You build and install the tool suite with the :ref:`RTEMS Source Builder (RSB)
+<RSB>`. By default, the RSB will start the prefix path with a host operating
+system specific path plus :file:`rtems` plus the RTEMS version, e.g.
+:file:`/opt/rtems/5` on Linux and :file:`/usr/local/rtems/5` on FreeBSD and
It is strongly recommended to run the RSB as a *normal user* and not with
*root* privileges (also known as *super user* or *Administrator*). You have to