My name is Joe Lang and I am a blind computer specialist with the
National Weather Service.
Yesterday a great friend brought two ucsimm devices to my home.
We attached both of them to my linux work-station and we configured minicom
to communicate with both serial ports.
No problem...everything worked great!
I got the bootstrap message:
uCbootstrap v1.0 (c) Copyright 1999 Rt-Control All Rights Reserved[13;67H
FLASH type 2249 [AM29LV160B][14;29H
DP|004000 DP|006000 DP|008000 DP|010000 D-|020000 D-|030000 [15;61H
D-|040000 D-|050000 D-|060000 D-|070000 D-|080000 D-|090000 [16;61H
D-|0a0000 D-|0b0000 D-|0c0000 D-|0d0000 D-|0e0000 D-|0f0000 [17;61H
D-|100000 D-|110000 D-|120000 D-|130000 D-|140000 D-|150000 [18;61H
D-|160000 D-|170000 D-|180000 D-|190000 D-|1a0000 D-|1b0000 [19;61H
D-|1c0000 D-|1d0000 D-|1e0000 D-|1f0000 D-|200000 [20;51H
Can you give me a description of what I am looking at?
What do the hex values indicate?
How do I get the device to boot up the uClinux os?
Where is the uClinux os?
How about the cross compiler?
Once the uClinux os is running, will I be able to nfs mount a file system
on my work-station, build ucsimm applications, and then log on to the
uClinux os and execute those applications in the nfs directory?
Can you send me an ASCII file of the manual that comes with the cd?
All of this stuff is really new to me but really exciting!
Anything that you can tell me sure would be appreciated!
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