clawson at amstrad.com
Wed May 24 09:03:17 BST 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David J. Singer [mailto:doc at deadvirgins.org.uk]
> Is this the way others are networking their E3s? Or are
> people just accessing
> them via the serial line. It's would certainly be handy to
> NFS mount the
> root directory...!
That's exactly how we did all the E3 development - with Netgear FA101
adapters which are a Pegasus compatible chip and then mounting the root over
NFS. We also found that Belkin F5D5050 worked well.
I'm kind of surprised that y'all weren't developing over NFS already and
debugging using gdbserver at one end and gdb/ddd at the PC end.
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