[ECOS] Re: HyperTerminal

Muna Hummady muna_hummady@yahoo.com
Thu Aug 5 08:35:00 GMT 2004

--- Nick Garnett <nickg@ecoscentric.com> wrote:

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> Muna Hummady <muna_hummady@yahoo.com> writes:
> > > hello
> >  Please there is some thing I could'nt understand
> it
> > and could'nt do it.
> > When I'm doing on the host target 
> >         (gdb) target remote /dev/ttyS0
> > you tell me that the host is connected to the
> remote
> > target and I could load any test file to the
> remote
> > target through HyperTerminal. when I'm doing that
> > instruction the remote target halted and the
> keyboard
> > halted so i could'nt do anything on the remote
> target.
> > 
> > please tell how to solve this problem?
> This is not what I'm telling you at all. Run
> HyperTerminal without
> running GDB to check that the target RedBoot is
> functioning
> correctly. Only when you are sure of that should you
> then run GDB.
> -- 
> Nick Garnett                    eCos Kernel
> Architect
> http://www.ecoscentric.com/     The eCos and RedBoot
> experts
hello freinds
I'm trying to talk to RedBoot via the serial port.
1-could you tell me who to run the HyperTerminal on
It is the same of terminal?
What is the procedure to do this?

2- when I'm trying to connect RedBoot to the host
target (Linux)via serial port
can I use only one port for connection and debugging
test application without conflict, because I have one
port on my i386 PC????
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