[En-Nut-Discussion] TFTP Download to Ethernut 5
vegardaa at stud.ntnu.no
Fri Apr 20 14:28:31 CEST 2012
Thank you, but I still do not manage it.
Which variable could I check to see what port the Ethernut communicate with?
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 12:12 PM, Gregor Mackenzie <
gregor.mackenzie80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Some tips:
> 1. Ensure that you use a hub for the PC connection so that DHCP etc are all
> correctly set up for you.
> 1a. check your firewall.
> 1b. use a suitable external power supply.
> 2. Ensure that ipaddr is configured as this is your board's assigned IP
> 3. set bootcmd to an empty string to stop Linux loading automatically
> 4. ensure that the TFTP32 TFTP server is bound to the correct network in
> the settings dialog.
> 5. ensure that the U-boot command variable for the TFTP server is set to
> the same port address as the TFTP server is bound to.
> 6. If 4 doesn't work, set serverip to the same address.
> 7. The default load address is 0x20000000. Make sure you type 7 '0's. Ahem!
> Failing this, you can use the loadb command to download over the serial
> connection using the Kermit transfer protocol into SDRAM.
> I can have a look at downloading your .bin file into my Ethernut 5 to
> double-check if you like.
> Best regards
> Gregor Mackenzie
> gregor.mackenzie80 at gmail.com
> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 11:03:12 +0200
> > From: Vegard Aaker <vegardaa at stud.ntnu.no>
> > Subject: [En-Nut-Discussion] Installing Nut/Os on Ethernut 5.0
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to use Nut/Os on Ethernut 5, my board is bought (from
> > http://www.egnite.de/en/egnite-shop/ethernut-5/ethernut-bulk-50f.html)
> > with
> > preinstalled uboot bootloader. I have managed to boot the linux OS
> > installed on the board but I can not manage to load the Nut/Os. I have
> > tried running the scripts installed on the board to install and run
> > but it fails to connect with TFTP to the computer. I have tried to change
> > the environment variable ipaddr in uboot, but still no connection.
> > I have managed to set up an Ethernut 3.0 board to the computer, using
> > guide: http://www.ethernut.de/nutwiki/Ethernut_3.0_E How to install
> > with a cross compiler and try a few sample applications on Ethernut 3.
> > Is there any similar guide for Ethernut 5.0 that I have not found?
> > Kind regards,
> > Vegard Aaker
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