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Jesus Checa Hidalgo

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How to Build and Run RTI Connext DDS Micro on a Microcontroller

As you might know, we ship a buildable source for RTI Connext DDS Micro so you can build it for your own architecture. In the past few months, we have noticed that customers are interested in building our product for microcontrollers without a Memory Management Unit (MMU), and they’re using a uClibc-based OS. The purpose of this post is to support this expressed need and illustrate how to port RTI Connext DDS Micro to uCLinux with relatively few changes. The development board that we will use in this practical example is STM32F769I-DISCO. You should be able to extrapolate it to any other board by knowing your toolchain. You can even extrapolate it to any other OS that uses uClibc!

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