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Open Source RTOS for microcontrollers

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Can anybody please provide me the names of some popular and freely available RTOS's for PIC mcu's ?

Please, tell me the best open source RTOS and target micro-controller in use today, in your opinion and why do you think that combination is the best ?

thanks in advance,
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ppts on rtos

Check out **broken link removed**
 

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ppts on rtos

This web site presents PICOS18, an operating system based on OSEK/VDX, an open industry standard. The OSEK standard is well suited for the low computing, power, small memory embedded controllers used in automotive or robotique applications.
https://www.picos18.com/index_us.htm

or
µC/OS-II, The Real-Time Kernel
https://www.ucos-ii.com/

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freertos ecos uc/os

µC/OS-II is better because the developer's book is so popular, many fans have port the µC/OS-II to various platforms. the more developer, the more supporter.
 
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ucos-ii pic16f877

Anyone have information about the µC/OS-II for PIC16F877A?
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opensource rtos

the freertos and the mcos-ii have ports for PIC .

But when i used mcos-ii port .. there was mnay problem is compiling and config it
so try useing freertos ... and it has a good internal documentaion tooo
 

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open source pic rtos

Can I use them for AVR?

Added after 3 minutes:

Also do we need a special board and special component as basic requirments for this RTOS?
 

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google open-source rtos

FreeRtos has an AVR Port

With regard to the Basic components , you would probably want to check out the Flash and especially the Ram requirements.

I seem to remember there is a table for the AVR on the FreeRtos site.

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open at rtos

I think ucos is not open source!
 

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open source rtos best

for easily understanding any RTOS
 

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