When I put together the Gardner board I recall the connector was keyed so that
it could only be plugged into the PC board one way, as well as being keyed to
prevent the Ucsimm from being plugged in backwards. If this has changed pin
one on the PC board is usually a different shape (square, etc) from the rest of
Quoting Chris Worley <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I've lost the directions on assembling the Gardner unit, and it's not
> available at the uclinux/rt-control/lineo web site (actually, nothing
> concerning hardware is available: if you look under customer support for
> the ucSimm, all you get is hardware sales blurbs and ucLinux support).
> Neither it's simm socket nor the ucSimm are marked as to where pin 1 is.
> I've searched the archives thoroughly.
> I don't have the Gardner with me (the lady doing some rework does, and
> she assures me it's not marked). I have the ucSimm; it's not marked.
> I'm guessing the 1 pin on the socket is on the keyed end.
> Can anyone enlighten me?
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