The latest versions of board. You are right of course, the ‘x’ board is a bit of a pain when developing USB because of its inability to turn in on an off. The next step in the roadmap was to add USB as this will be a great way to initially configure my custom board. The demo application uses the LEDs built into the prototyping board so no other hardware setup is required. Below is a static menu.
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I commented out all of the PA16 related lines in the code and everything started working. The page will reload approximately every two seconds – depending on network load. The demo application uses the LEDs built into the prototyping board so no other hardware setup is required. Building the demo application Again – please refer to the Eclipse installation and configuration instructions for more detailed information. You are right of course, the ‘x’ board is a bit of a pain when developing USB because of its inability to turn in on an off.
Using the above demo as a guide, I added the USB to my new project but it didn’t work. Entering the IP address into the web browser obviously use the correct IP address for your system.
The target hardware will serve the web pages described below to a standard web browser. It therefore contains many more files than used by this demo. The at91saj7x-ek task This task handles all the network processing. Changes are sent to the target hardware by clicking the “Update IO” button.
This makes the page relatively fast to load. You must ensure that the configured MAC address is unique on the network to which the prototyping board is being connected. Any joystick inputs are provided to the host computer as mouse inputs. Open at91sam7xe-k web browser on the connected computer.
AT91SAM7X256-EK Evaluation Kit,Ethernet,USB,UART,CAN,SD GPIO JTAG
Note that this functionality will only work when running the demo ‘stand alone’, without the debugger. Running the demo application Once again – please refer to the Eclipse installation and configuration instructions for more detailed information. In return for using our software for free, we request you play fair and do your bit to help others!
Free RTOS USB and web server demo for AT91SAM7X using Eclipse and GCC
This will take approximately 20 seconds on a relatively fast PC. The archive is updated every week, so will not always contain the very latest posts. Use these archive pages to search previous posts. Please follow these instructions carefully to install and configure Eclipse correctly for use with this demo application.
If you then wish to commence a debugging session: To connect to the target: Thread aware file system Hint: Posted by Dave Harper on July 2, Fail Safe File System: Please read the usage information provided on the linked page! For example, if the web browser computer uses IP address Switch to the debugging perspective.