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Target Computer Boot Methods

You can start your target computer with the Simulink® Real-Time™ kernel using one of several methods.

Speedgoat systems come with DOS Loader software preinstalled. You can set up the DOS Loader boot method on your development computer or configure another boot method. See your Speedgoat system documentation or follow the link from Speedgoat Real-Time Target Machines for further information.

  1. Before creating a boot kernel, perform Kernel Creation Prechecks.

  2. Select one of the following methods:

  3. For boot methods other than Stand Alone, perform Run Confidence Test on Configuration.

    For boot method Stand Alone, create a model-specific confidence test, restart the target computer, and run that confidence test. The default confidence test is not intended for standalone execution.

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