[En-Nut-Discussion] avr-objcopy and urom Filesystem

Ernst Stippl ernst at stippl.org
Wed Jan 24 21:39:10 CET 2007

Hi Thiago!

What is the size of the .bin File?

The Intel hex file format was originally designed for files smaller than
64kB. Some extensions were made to accomplish larger ones, (see
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_HEX ). Make sure your version  "can
handle the extended Intel hex format in segmented and linear address modes"

You may also have a look at the "original" .hex file generated to see which
record types it contains.

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    I am having the strangest issue here. Sometimes, I get 404 Not found
from the httpd thread when I flash the .bin file but not with the .hex file.
I'm unable to figure out the reason, but the issue sometimes goes away
changing the files in the filesystem or the code. Has anyone seen something
similar? I have even downloaded the hex2bin program from the internet and
did a file compare on the one generated with avr-objcopy and the one
produced by hex2bin and they were identical (and neither worked properly).
The other threads/functions on the device seams to be working in order,
including cgi processing.
    It is very frustrating since we use the bin file in production, changing
the hardcoded mac address.

    Thiago A. Correa

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