Microware OS-9 Documentation
Here you will find complete manuals for Microware OS-9 products. CD-i's operating system CD-RTOS is based on OS-9 2.4.
Since all technical documents on Microware's official website are related to OS-9 version 3.0 and up and as such not valid for CD-i related reference, the three documents below reflecting version 2.4 were kindly supplied by Microware Systems Corporation for exclusive distribution on the ICDIA website.
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The Microware documents below are republished by Allen-Bradly and have been freely available online for quite some time. They cover a wider range of OS-9 products but most of them are not fully or directly applicable to consumer CD-i systems.
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This document contains descriptions of the C language bindings for the UCM and CDFM functions specified in the Green Book, the CSD (Configuration Status Descriptor) functions and the C language bindings for the OS-9 system calls F$Alarm, F$Load, F$DatMod and F$SrqCMem.
This document describes the use of the OS-9 User-State Debugger debug for debugging and testing user-state 68000 machine language programs written for the OS-9/68000 operating system.
This document describes the installation of the OS-9 Cross C Compiler on a number of UNIX platforms (Sun 3/4, HP, Apollo, VAX UNIX/VMS and MV68).
This document contains descriptions of all changes to Microware's C compiler, assembler, and linker since the 2.3 release of OS-9, with sections on New C Functions, Enhancements and Corrected Bugs, Documentation Corrections, Known Bugs and Edition Numbers.
This document contains descriptions of all changes to Microware's OS-9 software since the Version 2.3 Release with chapters on New OS-9 Features, Software Corrections and Enhancements, Application Notes, Documentation Corrections and Known Bugs.