stefan at datenfreihafen.org
Tue Jan 23 12:27:16 CET 2007
On Tue, 2007-01-23 at 20:14, Tehn Yit Chin wrote:
> 1) expose the serial port so that we control the device via a console.
> This will be essential for getting things like the bootloader or the
> device drivers going.
I'm pretty sure you will be able to have serial console and JTAG
through the Hacker's Lunchbox.
> 2) somehow make the device networkable. In this scenario, we can NFS
> mount a shared directory on our desktop machine from the target. With
> this setup, we can cross compile the application, copy it to the NFS
> mount, and immediately execute it on the target.
nfsroot via usbnet works pretty good.
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