[En-Nut-Discussion] MMnet01 .conf problem ... I guess
margucl at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 16:23:24 CEST 2009
I know this is an old post, but my problem is still there.
As Harald correctly points out below, it is when the size gets larger than
64kB I run into trouble. Avrdude detects a mismatch when verifying the
Can anybody please suggest a robust combination of an Avrdude version (or
any other programming SW) and some programming hardware (I have used usbasp,
JTAGice clone and the AVRISP (parallelport and a single 74hc244). Allthough
JTAGICE verifies the downloaded code, I still seem to experience the same
This is so annoying, as I really want to experiment with the Nut/OS.
2009/4/20 Harald Kipp <harald.kipp at egnite.de>
> Hi Martin,
> Martin Clausen wrote:
> > problems - avrdude burns and verifies the file correctly. However when I
> > to burn basemon (or httpd) avrdude returns a verfication error (mismatch
> > byte ....). Propox have mailed me a basemon.hex file to let me test my
> > hardware. This basemon file,(version 4.0.2 compiled with AVRGCC. Nut/OS
> > 126.96.36.199), burns and operates correctly.
> basemon and httpserv are the largest binaries in the sample directory.
> I'd assume a problem with the programming adapter or the PC interface.
> The basemon you got from Propox is smaller than yours?
> You may try
> 1. Another PC
> 2. Another avrdude version
> 3. Add dummy routines to the uart sample until it grows beyond 64k (size
> of the .bin file)
> > Now, having verified my hardware, I guess my problem is my MMnet01
> > configuration. However, after studying the MMnet01 manual and the
> > lines in the MMnet01.conf file I don't see any errors.
> It's definitely _not_ a problem with the Nut/OS configuration.
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