[ECOS] Communication eCos-Windows

Larry Harmon harmon@hrdcorp.com
Wed May 14 16:06:00 GMT 2003


I am a bit confused about your setup.  Are you using FTP and Telnet over
ethernet or USB?


A possible solution is to have your eCos machine appear as a read only
"storage-class" device over its USB interface.  I believe Windows XP has a
standard driver for dealing with this type of USB device.  Your eCos machine
will then need to implement the storage class functionality, as specified by
the USB 2.0 spec. www.usb.org

Another possible solution is to implement a propriatary class device plus a
windows driver which know how to read files from your eCos machine.


Larry


----- Original Message -----
From: "lgro" <lgro@online.no>
To: <ecos-discuss@sources.redhat.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 7:54 AM
Subject: [ECOS] Communication eCos-Windows


> Hello everyone!
>
> I'm a novice in eCos development. During development of the application I
am
> using a PC running RedHat 7.3 to upload the application to the eCos
machine
> (Redboot). The interface of the eCos machine is USB. So to communicate I
use
> FTP and Telnet. But later the eCos machine has to transfer files to a PC
> running Windows 2000.
>
> So my problem is that I have to simulate slip on the Windows computer or
if it
> is possible just open the USB port in my application and implement a
serial
> transfer protocol to download the files. Does anyone know of a way to
achieve
> this?
>
> I would really appreciate some help!
>
> Lars G
>
>
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