Problem to save file on the hard disk! What I have to set to do it ?
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Wed Apr 5 02:21:37 UTC 2006
I used GCC version gcc-3.2.3
I did not use RPMs - I followed exactly as shown in
I have also included instructions for Cygwin and all the source is
provided to build RTEMS and the tools + Cygwin
Yan Luo wrote:
> Hello Angelo,
> Could you please let me know the gcc version you are using? Did you
> install gcc from the RPM or source code ?
> I am able to use another laptop and init partition table. but i still
> face a strange problem: fileio hangs when read files.
> On Mar 16, 2006, at 5:42 PM, Angelo Fraietta wrote
>> Yan Luo wrote:
>>>> Hm, this sounds, as if reading of the partition table hangs. What kind
>>>> of interface do you have to connect your harddisk? RTEMS currently
>>>> supports a standard IDE interface (no SCSI, no SATA...). And it
>>>> that the harddisk is connected as Master to the primary IDE
>>>> interface. I
>>>> should have mentioned this before :-(
>>> I am using a pretty old laptop (Compaq, Pentium, no CDROM). I
>>> believe the hard drive is standard IDE based and on primary master
>>> because it is "hda" in Debian linux. It would have other device
>>> names if it were SCSI or other, right?
>>> I am wondering if "grub" (the boot loader) caused the problems.
>>> Both Matteo and I use grub. Will grub affect the partition table
>>> and mounting? Could you tell us the test environment that you run
>>> fileio on before, if you don't use grub or lilo?
>> I used grub on a hard drive and had no problems.
>> Try running DOS FDISK and have a look at what the partitions look like.
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