The BSP is based on the Ethernut System with it's embedded realtime kernel Nut/OS, an OpenSource project
with an exciting history of nearly 10 years. Beside of the realtime kernel the Ethernut system provides a
full-featured TCP/IP stack (Nut/NET), a posix like application programming interface (API) and a broad driver library.
The eNet-sam7X starter kit base board is well supported by Nut/OS. The Nut/OS tools are available for Windows and Linux
and can be compiled without problems on Mac OS as well.
Nut/OS is licensed under a BSD style license and can therefor be freely used in closed-source applications as well as for OpenSource projects without the need to release and source code. Have you ever searched for a free operating system for you appliance? Here you go...
Our Board Support Package contains only the most recent core components:
It is important to us to continually update our Board Support Packages. Ongoing innovations, especially when it comes to the Nut/OS system, the GNU ARM compiler etc. will be promptly integrated, and respective updates released.
|Sample application: Web controled switch inc. schematics, sourcecode and binaries.|
|Sample application: Intel 8080 CP/M emulator for ARM microcontroller|
|ARM eCross EABI Toolchain for Windows and Linux|
|Nut/OS (SVN Snapshot 2011-07-21), Precompiled with sample applications and full source code|
|Nut/OS (SVN Snapshot 2011-06-22), Precompiled with sample applications and full source code|