[En-Nut-Discussion] avr-objcopy and urom Filesystem
Thiago A. Corrêa
thiago.correa at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 02:27:25 CET 2007
Thanks for the help. It appears that the problem is actually with
avrdude. I haven't isolated the problem well enought to make a bug report,
but I did manage to fix our issue. After processing the bin file if I
convert it back to hex before burning it everything works well. It's quite
strange, but worked for me, so :)
Replying so the next guy can find an answer in the archives *smile*.
Thiago A. Correa
On 1/24/07, Ernst Stippl <ernst at stippl.org> wrote:
> 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
> You may also have a look at the "original" .hex file generated to see
> record types it contains.
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> [mailto:en-nut-discussion-bounces at egnite.de] Im Auftrag von Thiago A.
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 24. Jänner 2007 19:08
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> Betreff: [En-Nut-Discussion] avr-objcopy and urom Filesystem
> 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
> 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
> 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,
> the hardcoded mac address.
> Thiago A. Correa
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