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RE: [bluetooth-dev] Re: Porting to ARM
You could also have a look at Etrax100:
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erwin Authried [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, September 29, 2000 10:36 AM
> To: email@example.com; 'Axis Bluetooth Dev'
> Subject: Re: [bluetooth-dev] Re: Porting to ARM
> Axis Bluetooth Dev[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was wondering if people are actually porting the Axis
> Bluetooth stack
> > to an ARM processor. I am not too familiar with the ARM
> chips and would
> > like to possibly start working with them. Would this be the
> best route to
> > go on with the lowest cost and easiest learning curve? I
> have not worked
> > with ARM chips, but I have experience in programming PIC
> chips in C.
> > Can anyone speculate on whether it would be possible to
> port the BT
> > stack to a PIC chip? My intentions are to embed the BT
> protocol stack in
> > to a chip rather then run it on a PC with linux.
> > If anyone can provide me with more info on this topic, and
> where I could
> > find more support with ARM chips (already checked arm.com),
> it would be a
> > big help to me.
> > Thanks,
> > Dennis
> Have you had a look at uClinux? It has already been ported to
> the ARM7TDMI.
> Until now, it is finished for the Aplio/Trio and Netarm.
> Various other ports are in
> progress. Currently, I try to get it running on the Atmel
> AT91M40400, with the
> Atmel board EB01. Have a look at my "uClinux Directory" at
You will find links to ARM information under Architectures/ARM7. You have to
take care about structure alignment, see the recent discussions.