2009-09-24 18:34:22     Help with BF537 Stamp board

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2009-09-24 18:34:22     Help with BF537 Stamp board

Fausto Bartra (AUSTRALIA)

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I am very new with both Linux and Bfin 537.

 

I have tried the examples & tutorials form the distribution cd that came with target board (black fin stamp 537), including the Visualdsp

 

I can download files to the target board using ftp

 

I am communicating with the target board using hyperterminal

 

after I compile gnu or visual dsp, my code does not run in the target board

 

I get the message " applet not available"

 

where should I start?

 

any suggestions

 

Thank you

 

Fausto Bartra

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2009-09-24 19:53:48     Re: Help with BF537 Stamp board

Frank Van Hooft (CANADA)

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This is a uclinux & gnu forum; you wouldn't use visualdsp for anything here. On this site are some excellent introductory tutorials for setting up the free gnu c compiler, compiling your programs and downloading them to your stamp board.

 

For the moment, I'd suggest not overwriting the uclinux version that's running on your stamp board; just leave it there, and download your example programs ("hello world" or whatever) via FTP. Later on, you can of course rebuild your uclinux version on your board along with anything else you like.

 

Read here & have fun:

 

docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php

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2009-09-24 20:41:28     Re: Help with BF537 Stamp board

Fausto Bartra (AUSTRALIA)

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Thank you

 

Fausto Bartra

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2009-09-24 22:57:40     Re: Help with BF537 Stamp board

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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most likely you didnt transfer the file properly.  make sure you use binary ftp or rcp, and you dont attempt to use the normal ELF.

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2009-09-25 09:29:47     Re: Help with BF537 Stamp board

Robin Getz (UNITED STATES)

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Fausto:

 

  docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=simple_hello_world_application_example

 

-Robin

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