[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut and xram in 0x8000 address.

Zachary psilva at opensoftware-br.com
Fri Nov 3 13:04:16 CET 2006

Hi Henrik!

I thought ethernut checked xram to know the total amount because I saw this 
kind of test in the basemon, I think this is an usefull feature!

thank you


> Check nutconf. You can configure the amount of RAM your HW has during 
> build time. Nut/OS does not a RAM test to check what's available.
> Henrik
> http://www.proconx.com
> Zachary wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I use ethernut with a realtek's drivers with GPIO access, so I can put 
>> more 32kbytes of sram, so my question is: Ethernut search memory in 
>> address above 0x8000, if yes does it use this automatic without 
>> application user help?
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