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Re: The need for an IDE driver

From: Matthieu Lemerre
Subject: Re: The need for an IDE driver
Date: Fri, 03 Jun 2005 15:10:42 +0200
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Hi Ronald,

Ronald Aigner <address@hidden> writes:

>> ** This could be done by having L4Linux running as a normal task,
>>  launched by wortel. To do that, it seems that there is just a set of
>>  interfaces (l4lxlib) to implement. This require a substancial amount
>>  of work and maintainance. Moreover, it seems that it would be more
>>  difficult to do this for l4linux2.6; and the l4linux project is not
>>  supported anymore by the L4 team.
> Let me clarify this. The L4Ka team announce that they will no longer
> support their L4Linux2.4 version. The L4Linux2.6 versions from Dresden
> and probably also the ones from Sydney are still maintained and will be
> so for some time.

OK, Thank you. However the L4Linux2.6 project does not seem to work on
Pistachio right now, and porting it would require additional efforts.

The Wombat port of L4Linux from the National ICT Australia works on
Pistachio, but it seems that you can't use linux drivers with it for

>> ** L4-env and their DDE
>>    (http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/l4env/download.xml) 
> There already exists an IDE driver using DDE. Downside is, that it is
> currently only tested on Fiasco, that is, L4 V2.

You're right, I think that I should have a closer look at the DDE.

Thank you,

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