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MansOS = Mobile agent netted sensor Operating System.
MansOS is an operating system for wireless sensor networks and netted embedded systems. It is designed for users familiar with C programming and Unix-like environment. MansOS supports various platforms and controllers, including TelosB and MSP430, Atmega controllers and Arduino, and others. Users may develop and test their systems on a PC as a virtual "mote".
- MansOS features - a simple list of features supported by MansOS
- MansOS tutorial
- Declarative programming with MansOS
- MansOS SVN quick access
- Read-only access is open to public. For example, to get the whole MansOS tree in the current-directory/mansos do this:
svn co http://mansos.net/svn/mansos/ mansos
- Read-write access is open to authenticated developers via svn+ssh.
svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/svn/mansos mansos
- Experimental development version of MansOS code is available at http://code.google.com/p/mansos/
- Read-only access to the general public:
svn checkout http://mansos.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ mansos-read-only
- Read-write access to MansOS commiters:
svn checkout https://mansos.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ mansos --username email@example.com
Development with MansOS - tools and techniques
- MansOS tutorial
- Building MansOS - description of make targets.
- MansOS configuration options - configuration file syntax and options.
- MansOS platforms - List of supported platforms and platform specific notes, e.g.:
- make syntax
- dependencies for this platform,
- where is the particular executable built
- what options are available for this platform
- MansOS API
- Application examples
- Setting up and using Makefiles
- Eclipse setup
- Compiling MansOS with IAR Embedded Workbench
- Debugging and testing
- [[MansOS_PC_Emulation | Mote network emulation on PC]
Developing the MansOS - notes
- Source directory structure
- Coding standard
- Adapting a new hardware platform
- Future developments - Reference Guide for a simpler interface
- An Ideal_mote should... | would have... (notes for future HW designs)
- Supported platforms, such as telosb, Tmote Sky, Mini, Arduino, generic msp430, Atmel chips, etc.