[ECOS] Redboot Server address problem

Andrew Lunn andrew@lunn.ch
Mon Sep 13 07:52:00 GMT 2004


On Mon, Sep 13, 2004 at 01:43:54AM -0600, Vijay Jayaraman wrote:
> Andrew,
>  Thanks for the help. I had been using the old sources until you told me.
> Now I am using the current version and can locate the
> CYGDAT_REDBOOT_DEFAULT_BOOTP_SERVER_IP_ADDR and I can change it.
> 
>  I did the following with my updated ecos repository and got this error. I
> have split it with '----' for easy reading...
> 
> vijay@linux:~/tmp>
> ecosconfig --srcdir=/home/vijay/ecos_latest/ecos/packages/ new pc redboot
> U CYGSEM_HAL_USE_ROM_MONITOR, new inferred value 0
> U CYGIMP_HAL_COMMON_INTERRUPTS_USE_INTERRUPT_STACK, new inferred value 0
> ----
> vijay@linux:~/tmp> echo $ECOS_REPOSITORY
> /opt/ecos/ecos-2.0/packages
> vijay@linux:~/tmp> ECOS_REPOSITORY2="/home/vijay/ecos_latest/ecos/packages"
> vijay@linux:~/tmp> echo $ECOS_REPOSITORY2
> /home/vijay/ecos_latest/ecos/packages
> ----
> vijay@linux:~/tmp>
> ecosconfig --srcdir=/home/vijay/ecos_latest/ecos/packages/ import
> ${ECOS_REPOSITORY2}/hal/i386/pc/current/misc/redboot_FLOPPY.ecm
> U CYGHWR_HAL_I386_FPU_SWITCH_LAZY, new inferred value 0
> vijay@linux:~/tmp> ls

You should start from an empty directory and do all the steps, not
just an import.

        Andrew

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