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The remainder of this chapter provides background information on real-time
-embedded systems and cross development. If you are not familiar with either
-of these areas, please read them. This will help familiarize you with the
+embedded systems and cross development and an overview of other
+resources of interest on the Internet. If you are not familiar with
+real-time embedded systems, of these areas, please read those sections.
+These sections will help familiarize you with the
types of systems RTEMS is designed to be used in and the cross development
process used when developing RTEMS applications.
@@ -118,5 +120,43 @@ systems. For example, many of the processors targeting the embedded market
do not include hardware floating point units, but do include peripherals such
as timers, serial controllers, or network interfaces.
+@section Resources on the Internet
+This section describes various resources on the Internet which are of
+use to RTEMS users.
+@subsection RTEMS Mailing List
+This mailing list is dedicated to discussion of issues related
+to RTEMS. If you have questions about RTEMS, which to make
+suggestions, or just want to pick up hints, this is a good
+list to subscribe to. Subscribe by sending a message with
+the one line "subscribe" to rtems-list-request@@OARcorp.com.
+@subsection CrossGCC Mailing List
+This mailing list is dedicated to the use of the GNU tools in
+cross development environments. Most of the discussions
+focus on embedded issues. Subscribe by sending a message with
+the one line "subscribe" to crossgcc-request@@cygnus.com.
+The crossgcc FAQ as well as a number of patches and utiliities
+of interest to cross development system users are available
+@subsection EGCS Mailing List
+This mailing list is dedicated to the EGCS Project which was
+formed to speed the development and integration of the various
+GNU languages. The RTEMS and Linux communities were among those
+initially targetted by the EGCS Project as being important
+for its success. Numerous RTEMS users have made contributions
+to this project. Subscribe by sending a message with
+the one line "subscribe" to egcs-request@@cygnus.com.