more network problems.
joel at OARcorp.com
Mon May 21 16:09:19 UTC 2001
rwas rwas wrote:
> I'm reposting this in case it got missed among all the
> other "Re: network build"s.
> "Can't get ep flags: No such device or address"
Usually search'ing for the message in the driver source is a good start. :)
In this case, it is because the driver does not seem to support the
SIOCGIFFLAGS ioctl call. This does not appear to be a fatal problem.
> is the error I'm left with. I have tracked it back in
> the os and not found anything. I don't begin to have
> enough knowledge of RTEMS to know why this is
> happening. I'm confused as to why a netdemo-4.5.0
> package would not run straight out of the box as is.
> I'm relying on the demo to educate me on how to write
SO you have no other messages? Does the box reply to pings? Does your
network configuration have static information?
> Any help the community can provide would be greatly
> Robert Wasierski
> --- rwas rwas <mc68332 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Thanks to all that responded.
>> I kinda figured out most of this today.
>> The CONFIGURE_LIBIO_MAXIMUM_FILE_DESCRIPTORS was
>> rather helpful.
>> All the prior errors are gone. I am now left with
>> another new error:
>> "Can't get ep flags: No such device or address"
>> I get good messages (I guess) on the card init
>> It finds the card and and comes up with happy stuff
>> like the io number and such.
>> I made sure the name was "ep0". I tried "ep1" too.
>> BTW, I am using rtems-4.5.0. I attempted to build
>> latest snapshot. It gave me a bunch of directory
>> errors. My assumption was that I should'nt trust a
>> snapshot as much as the last major release.
>> I did'nt check the 3c509 driver for the missing
>> parameter. I don't get any build errors on it.
>> Another problem I have is that the pc386 code
>> switch to serial as it's console when the vga card
>> keyboard are removed.
>> As it is, I have to hand-copy the messages because
>> there's no way to paste the error messages.
>> --- "D. Peter Siddons" <siddons at bnl.gov> wrote:
>>> Hi again Robert,
>>> I forgot to include the stuff about file
>>> descriptors. You need
>>> to change (in netdemo/init.c or whatever test
>>> CONFIGURE_LIBIO_MAXIMUM_FILE_DESCRIPTORS to 30 or
>>> more. THe default
>>> (in c/src/exec/sapi/include/confdefs.h) is way too
>>> small to be useful.
>> Robert Wasierski
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