> My uCsimm does not boot at power on, and I noticed one comment
> from a user on the email list from nearly a year ago that their's
> didn't either. I am just finishing up a door access application
> using the uCsimm, and really don't want to go dragging ladders all
> over campus to reset uCsimm's every time there is a power outage.
It should boot. Make sure you have the bootloader set into auto boot
mode, otherwise it will wait for user interaction to boot. Consult your
manual for directions on configuring the boot loader.
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