CD Directory Layout

host
Toolchain executables, libraries, headers etc. The cross-compilers etc. can be found there (under your host architecture's directory).
host/share
stuff needed by GRUB and the GNU autotools.
boot
GRUB bootloader which makes the CD bootable (on a PC); resides under boot/grub
doc
This html documentation
doc/info
Toolchain and GRUB docs in 'info' format
doc/man
Toolchain and GRUB docs in 'man' format.
epics-3.14.6
EPICS base is installed here. I used an INSTALL_LOCATION different from the build TOP.
examples
Simple EPICS and non-EPICS examples. The sources for the examples discussed below (as well as some more complex and even useful ones) can be found here.
target
Target executables, libraries and includes (note that some target-specific pieces such as the C-library reside with the toolchain under host/<host_arch>/<target_arch>).
target/i386-rtems
target/powerpc-rtems
target/m68k-rtems
RTEMS core and BSP target libraries are installed in these directories. Note that the include files are buried in the <bsp>/lib/include directories. The C-library headers are under <target_cpu>-rtems/include.
target/make
Holds pieces of the RTEMS Makefile system which is used by the SSRL Makefile extensions and the EPICS Makefiles.
target/ssrlApps
SSRL software is installed here. That's where the RTEMS/GeSys executables and pre-built modules reside (including the pre-built examples).
src
sources (as much as there fits on the CD). I had to delete many things due to space limitations. However, all my patches against standard, public packages can be found under src/patches.

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