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2008-04-15 Thread Bob True
I'm use DILNET-PC DNP5280 with RLT8201 Ethernet controller, and i need to FEC driver for coldfire MPC5282 with realtek RLT8201 Ethernet controller with ETHTOOL support. WHere can i get it? Or, how can i limit the ethernet speed to 10 Mb on DNP5280 board?

[uClinux-dev] getting 'pid' error while running boa!

2008-04-15 Thread kailash toshniwal
Hello all, Do I have to run 'boa' binary file in uClinux to start boa web server? Well I thought so, so I gave it a try. When I try to run it,I get error message like /bin./boa 'pid:18 failed 1536'. or even if I do /bin./boa -c /home/httpd/ 'pid:19 failed 1536'. If I run

[uClinux-dev] [PATCH] add simple watchdog daemon

2008-04-15 Thread Mike Frysinger
Signed-off-by: Mike Frysinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- user/Kconfig |5 + user/Makefile |1 + user/watchdogd/Makefile| 12 +++ user/watchdogd/watchdogd.c | 200 4 files changed, 218 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

[uClinux-dev] Script scope - where do I start them?

2008-04-15 Thread Joakim Wennergren
I have a problem with some scripts I'd like running in the background. The problem is when I start them from the rc script, they often don't do what they're supposed to (in this case, create a ppp connection by calling a modem). If I start them in the profile script (or directly from the

[uClinux-dev] Loadable Kernel Driver: M68NOMMU or M5249C3

2008-04-15 Thread Paul Romero
Dear User Group: Is there loadable driver support--insmod etc., for the M5249C3 ? If so, where can one find relevant instructions ? Also, I am using the 2.4.x kernel and version 2.4.27 of UC Linux. Best Regards, Paul R. -- Paul Romero RCOM Communications Software Phone/Fax: (510)339-2628

Re: [uClinux-dev] Loadable Kernel Driver: M68NOMMU or M5249C3

2008-04-15 Thread David van Geest
On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 12:38 PM, Paul Romero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there loadable driver support--insmod etc., for the M5249C3 ? If so, where can one find relevant instructions ? Also, I am using the 2.4.x kernel and version 2.4.27 of UC Linux. Busybox includes module utilities like

Re: [uClinux-dev] [PATCH] match the default smb.conf path to configure

2008-04-15 Thread David McCullough
Jivin Mike Frysinger lays it down ... The samba makefile does: CONFOPTS = ... --with-privatedir=/etc/config --with-configdir=/etc/config ... Which means smb.conf should be installed into /etc/config. Unfortunately, /etc/config is essentially a flatfsd thing, and /etc/config is created on

Re: [uClinux-dev] [PATCH] match the default smb.conf path to configure

2008-04-15 Thread Mike Frysinger
On Tuesday 15 April 2008, David McCullough wrote: Jivin Mike Frysinger lays it down ... The samba makefile does: CONFOPTS = ... --with-privatedir=/etc/config --with-configdir=/etc/config ... Which means smb.conf should be installed into /etc/config. Unfortunately, /etc/config is

RE: [uClinux-dev] getting 'pid' error while running boa!

2008-04-15 Thread Gavin Lambert
Quoth kailash toshniwal:  Do I have to run 'boa' binary file in uClinux to start boa web server? Well I thought so, so I gave it a try. When I try to run it,I get error message like  /bin./boa 'pid:18  failed 1536'. [...] If I run it again then pid number increments by 1 each time. What

Re: [uClinux-dev] execute in place - yes or no?

2008-04-15 Thread Greg Ungerer
Hi Michael, Michael Schnell wrote: Some architectures can do execute in place (XIP), some can't. (I did not yet find out the exact reasons.) Generally you need to be able to do the following for what we call XIP in uClinux: 1. compiler can generate position independent code(*) 2. compiler

Re: [uClinux-dev] execute in place - yes or no?

2008-04-15 Thread Greg Ungerer
Hi Bob, Bob Brusa wrote: I am looking into the question: How many resources (flash and RAM) are required to run a (typical) uClinux-system? This depends on a lot of things, so it is hard to give any reasonable answer. As a data point I have built uClinux systems that had 1MB of RAM and 1MB

Re: [uClinux-dev] uClinux for the AT91SAM7X-familiy

2008-04-15 Thread Greg Ungerer
Hi Bob, Bob Brusa wrote: I am looking around to find a version of uClinux for the AT91SAM7X processor. So far without success. Is anyone aware of a development in progress for this uP - or for a close relative of it? If I have my Atmel parts correct there is no current uClinux support for