I am slowly coming up to speed with KDS/KSDK...
My ultimate goal is move a project I was working on maybe 2yrs ago with CW10 and MQX into KDS/KSDK.
I started looking at some of the demos (like web server) but they seem to need MQX installed
After a bunch of digging and edits to this post...
I discovered if I create a KDS project that selects "Kinetis SDK" and "Processor Expert"
I can look at the OS component "osa1:fsl_os_abstraction" and set the OS to MQX_KSDK
I then get a range of Lightweight APIs (maybe recently known as mqx_lite?)
The SDK then gives support to all the devices on the chips.
While I do try doing a Hello World app, I wonder what else I might need to do basic socket communications.
the "fsl_enet" Component has a range of APIs, but I doubt that TCP/IP is included...
Do I need a Full MQX release to get the TCP/IP stack?
Ironically as I write this I realize that my first project can survive on just UDP, but my current code is written to use sockets.
A stack is still the best way to go for sockets...
if you will be interested in lwIP TCPIP Stack, you can look at the documentation on
C:\Freescale\KSDK_1.1.0\doc file lwIP TCPIP Stack and Kinetis SDK Integration User's Guide.pdf
chapter 5.4 Step-by-step guide for the Kinetis Design Studio IDE
I hope it helps,
Hi Tom Moulton,
for TCP/IP you can use the MQX RTOS for Kinetis SDK. It is called RTCS and it is for Ethernet Communication.
If you installed the package, here you have some examples C:\Freescale\KSDK_1.1.0\tcpip\rtcs\examples
And I include the MQX Software Comparison from our pages Freescale MQX™ Software Solutions|Freescale
Which package you need according to your chip