Re: [uCsimm] Init.b and /CSB

From: Tom Walsh (tom@cyberiansoftware.com)
Date: Sat Feb 10 2001 - 09:00:47 EST


Daniel Haensse wrote:
>
> Hi Tom,
>
> I had to change the mmod routine, because the console shows all the commands
> send to the device (like FFFFFFAA0120). This may overwrite the xecho output.
> I use C-Kermit as the kermit interpreter. Do you have an idea? (I just
> have inserted CR,LF)
>
> mdisp is very powerful. I use a Weller soldering station with a concave tip.
> The solder is pulled out of the tip when it moves across the pins and pads.
> The corners are a big problem (One of the corners is D15 and GND ;-) ).
> I called "mdisp 0 4" and it showed ff 8f ff 8f. Otherwise I would still
> sit there with my probe.... Thanks again Vladimir for the tool.
>

I use an Ohm-meter and two Xacto knife blades to "buzz" out the
connections. I would start looking for the basics: Shorts / Opens...

TomW

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