[U-Boot-Users] Re: 答复: [U-Boot-Users] How to program flash of omap5912osk with usb?
wd at denx.de
Fri Nov 4 14:16:45 CET 2005
In message <436b4438.170ad454.6576.fffff10d at mx.gmail.com> you wrote:
> Kermit is a terminal which download kernel through serial port, but I need a
[Kermit can do a lot more, bit this is off topic here.]
> terminal which can download kernel through USB port because I can not
> download kernel through serial port in this project. what kind of terminal
> shall I use?
I already told you that you can implement a usbtty device which acts
like a serial port on the host side.
Please re-read my posting.
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Remember, an int is not always 16 bits. I'm not sure, but if the
80386 is one step closer to Intel's slugfest with the CPU curve that
is aymptotically approaching a real machine, perhaps an int has been
implemented as 32 bits by some Unix vendors...? - Derek Terveer
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