A software stack to boot to a Linux command prompt via a basic bootloader on the Armv8-R AEM FVP model.
The platform software is provided via a Yocto package which contains all the instructions necessary to fetch and build the source as well as where to download the model and launch the example.
Fixed Virtual Platforms (FVP) are complete simulations of an Arm system, including processor, memory and peripherals. These are set out in a "programmer's view", which gives you a comprehensive model on which to build and test your software.
The Armv8-R AEM FVP is a free of charge Armv8-R Fixed Virtual Platform. It supports the latest Armv8-R feature set.
This BSP implements a reference stack for the AArch64 support in the R-class, first announced with the Cortex-R82 processor.
The Fast Models Fixed Virtual Platforms (FVP) Reference Guide can be found here.