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Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by Mylinux, Oct 19, 2003.

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  1. Mylinux

    Mylinux Guest

    can u download ( ftp /telnet /ssh/ ) via the serial port / pcmcia port in
    LART into arm 7 / arm 9 if it is a linux based machine?

    I do not have an "ARM".
  2. Alex Gibson

    Alex Gibson Guest

    Go read the lart docs. Everything is on their webpage.

    Learn the easy stuff by reading the docs and doing it yourself.
    Ask for help or post here when you get really stuck
    not for things you can work out yourself.

    For a arm chip to start with have a look at
    the philips arm chips have the docs on that page.

    or go look at the intel docs

    other manufacturers of arm xchips
    oki, atmel, sharp,samsung just to name a few .

    Easy and fun way for arm programming with a gameboy or gameboy advanced

    Or for an excuse to get a gameboy(which have an arm inside them) go
    and have a look at
    or search for gameboy hardware hacking pages

    read this

    plenty of links here:

  3. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest

    I'm not sure what LART is in this context, to me, it means"Luser Attitude
    Readjustment Tool". However, you can FTP, telnet, SMTP, NNTP, or anything
    else using TCP, UDP, ICMP, or whatever protocol via a serial port. Just
    use SLIP. It needs enabling at kernel compile time.
    Some of us do not have a leg to stand on :)
  4. Alex Gibson

    Alex Gibson Guest

    linux advanced radio terminal
    open source hardware
  6. AVRFreak

    AVRFreak Guest

    I do not have an "ARM".

    Sure you don't mean "BRAIN"?
  7. Mylinux

    Mylinux Guest

    but I have "strong will" to learn.

  8. Mylinux

    Mylinux Guest

  9. Mark©

    Mark© Guest

    did you change your name from learner8051? Or are you just from the same
  10. Then start by learning "netiquette". A quick google search should give
    some results. There is a high probability that a translation to your
    native language (whatever that is) exists.

    If you can't handle google, start learning there. In the meantime this
    link may help:

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