Wang Anthony | 6 Jan 08:55 2003
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which 82559 card work for redboot

Hi, Sirs:
   I have bought a 82559 ethernet card (part # 734938-001)
   But when I boot up redboot (i386 PC) . It prompt with:
No network interface found. window 2000 can detect it.

Is there some certain model of 82559 card I should use?
And where can I find it?

Thanks,
Anthony

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Vinay Kapoor | 7 Jan 05:24 2003

Motorola 68331

Hi all,

I need an eCOS port on a Motorola MC68331 board. I read some exchanges in the discussion archives dating back
to 2000. Has anyone ported eCOS to the 68331? Any pointer/suggestions?

Regards,
Vinay

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Jonathan Larmour | 7 Jan 06:44 2003

Re: which 82559 card work for redboot

Wang Anthony wrote:
> Hi, Sirs:
>   I have bought a 82559 ethernet card (part # 734938-001)
>   But when I boot up redboot (i386 PC) . It prompt with:
> No network interface found. window 2000 can detect it.
> 
> Is there some certain model of 82559 card I should use?
> And where can I find it?

I don't believe there's any particular one. Are you sure the driver was
included in the redboot you built? Check your configuration.

Also are you using up to date sources? The PCI IDs have changed in the
past and older code may not have the newer IDs.

Indeed one possibility is that another newer ID has come out. In which
case it would be useful to run the pci1 *eCos* test which I believe should
tell you the PCI IDs. You can then edit the 82559 driver to accept those
IDs, or tell us what they are and we'll fix it in CVS.

Jifl
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harish.vaidya | 9 Jan 10:21 2003
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redboot for x86 baced PC

Hi list,
currently i am reading the Redboot user guide. I want to try redboot my PC. I have Redhat Linux 7.1 installed
on my PC.
i tried the installation procedure as expained in user guide. but i failed to get Redboot command when i reboot.
can anybody help me out.

The steps i followed

1. formatted floppy disk using fdformat "/dev/fd0"
2.$ dd conv=sync if=install/bin/redboot.bin of=/dev/fd0H1440

i have downloaded the x86 redboot binaries from

http://sources.redhat.com/ecos/boards/redbootbins/x86pc/

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
         redboot.bin (80 Kbytes)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
         redboot.elf (500 Kbytes)                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Regards
Harish

Jim Don | 28 Jan 04:56 2003
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Beginner Questions: ECOS on a pc, STL availible?

Hi,

I have some questions regarding ECOS for anyone feeling generous to
answer ;-)

1.) ECOS ... can i run it on a PC easily ? Or does it have to be on a
real embedded platform. If I can run it on a PC how (in a shell/xterm
etc)?

2.) What about STL ? Can I get STL or modified one for embedded
development? STL doesn't seem to be mentioned on the GNU tool pro kit
doc's ... ?

3.) Is features like RTTI, and exceptions a good idea with ECOS if I can
stay away from C++ mixed with C at the driver layer?

Thats it thats all ;-) Thanks for all your time ;-)
Jim


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