[En-Nut-Discussion] Problems with uart
hugo.simon at gmx.de
Tue Jun 15 19:19:42 CEST 2004
> line = malloc(200);
I think this is a good hint. I found that the uart problem is gone if I
delete a 4k buffer in a routine that I never use for now. I defined it like
shown below. So I think I have a RAM problem. Maybe I am running out of RAM?
How can I test it. Or do I have to use malloc also for that bufr variable? I
thought statics are also in Heap. BTW: where is malloc defined? It seems in
compiler.h but even if I include this I got an undefined warning.
What do I have to do to say the compiler/linker that it should use external
RAM. Maybe there is something wrong with my settings.
static UDPSOCKET *udpsock;
static u_long addr;
static u_short port;
static u_char bufr; // THIS IS THE PROBLEM
static u_char *src, *dest;
static int len;
size=NutUdpReceiveFrom(udpsock, &addr, &port, bufr, 4096, 1000);
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