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Nucleus SE migration: Unimplemented facilities and compatibility

Nucleus SE has a subset of the functionality of Nucleus RTOS, so here's a quick reference for anyone planning migration between the two kernels or Read More

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RTOS diagnostics and error checking

Unlike desktop systems, the nature of embedded systems impacts error handling in an RTOS such as Nucleus SE, but developers can combine three Read More

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Nucleus SE RTOS initialization and start-up

For any kind of operating system (OS), there is some type of start-up mechanism. Exactly how this works varies from one system to another, but most Read More

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Interrupts in the Nucleus SE RTOS

Interrupts are not controlled by an RTOS such as Nucleus SE. Their execution time is simply “stolen” from the mainline application, so all Read More

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Application timers

Colin continues his RTOS Revealed series with a deep look at application timers -- RTOS kernel objects that provide tasks with simple means to time Read More

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System Time

In this installment of his RTOS Revealed series, Colin explores the facilities associated with time that likely to be available with an RTOS. Read More

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Pipes: utility services and data structures

Colin continues the RTOS Revealed series with an in-depth comparative look at support for pipes in the Nucleus and Nucleus SE operating systems. Read More

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Pipes: introduction and basic services

Pipes were introduced in an earlier article. They provide a more flexible means of passing simple messages between tasks than mailboxes or queues. Read More

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Queues: utility services and data structures

Colin continues his discussion of queues, which offer greater flexibility than mailboxes for passing simple messages between tasks in a real-time Read More

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OTA updates for Embedded Linux, part 2 – A comparison of off-the-shelf update systems

Updates are not always necessary, but it's hard to think of any software that does not have bugs that are discovered after deployment. In this Read More

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OTA updates for Embedded Linux, part 1 – Fundamentals and implementation

Updates are not always necessary, but it's hard to think of any software that does not have bugs that are discovered after deployment. In this Read More

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Embedded Linux device drivers: Discovering the hardware configuration

Embedded Linux continues to rank among the top operating systems used in embedded designs, and its ability to serve multiple roles will become Read More

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Queues: introduction and basic services

Colin continues the RTOS Revealed series with a look at queues, which provide a more flexible means of passing simple messages between tasks than Read More

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Embedded Linux device drivers: Writing a kernel device driver

Embedded Linux continues to rank among the top operating systems used in embedded designs, and its ability to serve multiple roles will become Read More

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Embedded Linux device drivers: Device drivers in user space

Embedded Linux continues to rank among the top operating systems used in embedded designs, and its ability to serve multiple roles will become Read More

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Embedded Linux device drivers: Reading driver state at runtime

Embedded Linux continues to rank among the top operating systems used in embedded designs, and its ability to serve multiple roles will become Read More

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