[En-Nut-Discussion] FTP server on Ethernut V 1.3H

Fabien Catteeuw fabiencatteeuw at gmail.com
Sun Aug 30 14:27:16 CEST 2009


we want to use this board to capture data and store it in a file on the
ethernut1.3h board.
Afterwards we would like to download the saved file from the ethernut board
to a pc, so the data collected can managed and analyzed later on and why not
send back to the board.

thanks for you answer anyway!

Fabien, Bart

2009/8/30 Ulrich Prinz <uprinz2 at netscape.net>

> Hi!
> I don't have a enut 1.3 board, but in general, if you want to use FTP
> you need something to fetch files from or to store them in. These boards
> do not have any storage device of an interesting size for an FTP, so the
> filesystem is not activated by default.
> So you have two options. Either you attach an external storage device,
> like an SD-Card or you build a virtual filesystem inside the small RAM.
> You didn't tell about your intention, why you need a FTP for your
> system. But if it is for fetching logfiles or measurement data, then you
> should think about faking a filesystem and put your mesaurement results
> into there. The FTP then can fetch and delete the file but not read.
> Best regards,
> Ulrich
> Fam. Willems-Vermeiren wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > We have an Ethernut V 1.3 H and we would like to use this board to run a
> > server. Can somebody tell me if this is possible ore not please?
> > In the sample program "ftpd" I read the following: "This application
> > requires the PNUT file system, which is not available on Ethernut 1.x or
> > Charon II." Does this mean that it is not possible at all to run a FTP
> > server on Ethernut V1 board because of hardware limitations or can this
> be
> > solved by software?
> >
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > With Kind Regards,
> >
> > Bart Willems
> > Belgium
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