Emcraft Systems Adds Support for RS-485; Allows Running Kernel from Built-In Flash with Linux Cortex-M Release 1.3.1
Emcraft Systems makes Release 1.3.1 of its Linux Cortex-M technology.
The following are some new features available in this release:
- Support RS-485 in the serial device driver for 16550-compatible UART ports;
- Support execution of critical kernel code from embedded Flash of Cortex-M3 thus boosting overall system performance;
- Support USB host with LPC1788, explicitly validated with memory stick and mouse devices;
- Enable enhanced exception handling on LPC17XX and STM32F2;
- Enable MPU-based process-to-process and process-to-kernel protection on LPC17XX and STM32F2;
- Update the "hello" project to show free memory in minimal Linux configuration.
Read the following user documents to learn more about the Linux Cortex-M technology:
- Linux Cortex-M User's Manual. Read now...
- Linux STM32F2: Linux Board Support Package (BSP) for the STmicro STM3220G-EVAL board with the Emcraft STM-MEM add-on board. Read now...
- Linux LPC17XX: Linux Board Support Package (BSP) for the Embedded Artists LPC1788-DEV-KIT board. Read now...
- Linux SmartFusion: Linux Board Support Package (BSP) for the Emcraft A2F-LNX-EVB board. Read now...
Active customers of Linux Cortex-M are invited to download Release 1.3.1 from the Emcraft web site at:
For new customers, Linux Cortex-M 1.3.1 is available for immediate purchase on-line: