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Problem with uIP

Posted by Fabrizio on November 3, 2006
Hi,

I've just finish to port freertos on STR91x using Rowley CrossStudio (GCC).

The RTOS works at 100% with all demonstration tasks but i've a problem with uIP.

When i link the ethernet cable, the port seems to initialize correctly , but when i

try to "ping" with my board i don't receive any reply by it.

I used uIP of the IAR Project and the IP address is setting correctly.

There are particular changes to make for compile uIP under GCC?

Thanks.

Fabrizio


RE: Problem with uIP

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on November 3, 2006
There is a uIP GCC demo in the download, but for an older version of uIP. Look in the Demo\uIP_Demo_Rowley_ARM7 folder.

In particular look at uip_arp.h and uip.h. These both use __attribute__ to pack and align data. This is GCC specific (other compilers use different syntax that is) so might be what your problem is.


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