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APIC for x86 BSP (how to build it for WCE8)
As promised I will talk about how to replace the “old” PIC (Peripheral Interrupt Controller) with the “new” APIC (Advanced Peripheral Interrupt Controller) in a CEPC (x86) BSP. I will refer to the “MyBSP” BSP in my explanation, your clone of the CEPC BSP. As APIC is mostly only available for (Intel) x86 platforms, this talk will only be valid for x86, not ARM. The Windows CE Boot to Kernel startup phase There are a few good MSDN links that explain quite a bit about the Windows CE startup phase. This ......

Posted On Monday, June 23, 2014 8:39 PM | Comments (7) | Filed Under [ Windows CE Windows Embedded Compact Embedded RTOS Microsoft APIC ACPI ACPICA BSP Visual Studio 2013 ]

The ACPICA library (how to build it for WCE8)
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is an open industry specification co-developed by Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, Phoenix, and Toshiba.Download acpica-win-<date>.zip, acpitests-win-<date>.zip as well as acpica_reference_<x>.pdf and aslcompiler_<y>.pdf from http://acpica.org. Also download ACPISpec50.pdf from http://www.acpi.info to complete your documentation.Things to know before building the ACPICA libraryThe ACPICA v5.0 package consists of the following ......

Posted On Sunday, March 23, 2014 8:26 PM | Comments (3) | Filed Under [ Windows CE Windows Embedded Compact Embedded APIC ACPI ACPICA BSP ]

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