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Access Linux box file system from RTEMS?
- Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 13:03:39 -0700
- From: antispam21 at verizon.net (mike)
- Subject: Access Linux box file system from RTEMS?
Thank you so much for the info. Guess I'll try to figure out
using the PPP. We got the Atmel eval board so we have
no access to an Enet port... :-(
Jiri Gaisler wrote:
> You cannot access any host files over the debug link of a leon2 (AT697).
> You could potentially enable NFS in RTEMS, and connect to your host using
> PPP over the serial console. If will obviously not be very fast though.
> If you have a Gaisler board (GR-CPCI-AT697), you can use the LAN91C111
> ethernet device on that board to get high speed NFS over 100 Mbit
> If you have the Atmel board, you are stuck to PPP over the serial
> mike wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm new to RTEMS. I have a AT697E board connected to my Linux box.
>> I was able to load/run apps on the board. Is it possible to access
>> my Linux file directories from the RTEMS app on the 697 board
>> (need to open some data files and create some data files)?
>> The only connections to it are the debug rs232 port and the serial
>> console port.
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