[Xenomai] [RTDM] Converting existing Linux char driver to rtdm driver

Pintu Kumar pintu.ping at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 18:20:23 CET 2018


Dear Jan,

This thread is about porting a normal misc char driver to rtdm model.

Anyways I got some clue by looking into rtdmtest driver.
But what is confusing to me is the rtdm context_ part and the rt, nrt part.
How can I map this eith my exusting driver?
Can I leave the context part NULL and use only rt for all other calls.

Thanks,
Pintu

On 26 Feb 2018 7:54 pm, "Jan Kiszka" <jan.kiszka at siemens.com> wrote:

> On 2018-02-26 12:26, Pintu Kumar wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have a sample linux char driver which I am registering using normal
> > misc_register/deregister function.
> > In this driver, I have used, open, read, write, ioctl, release system
> calls.
> >
> > Now I wanted to convert this driver to RTDM interface and compare it.
> > Later I wanted to add some more use cases related to interrupt
> > processing by connecting some external peripheral.
> >
> > Firstly, please guide me how to easily convert an existing linux char
> > driver to RTDM model.
> >
>
> Conversion of existing Linux UART drivers to RTDM is not straightforward
> as the former relies on a larger hierarchy of Linux drivers, starting
> with the tty core over the serial core and possibly some chip
> abstractions (8250). RTDM, as you can see from the existing drivers in
> kernel/drivers/serial, is rather compact and does not come with that
> infrastructure, primarily as it has a confined use case. Best is to
> study those drivers, use one as template and replace the required
> hardware accesses.
>
> Jan
>
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