you need is the SCSI framework not a SCSI driver so it is no problem that there
for SCSI for ETRAX 100LX. What problems do you get when you compile with
ktest works you should get a set of numbers like this
Checksum of file is...
your board connected to your computer? Through a switch? Try to use only a
Hold network boot button
Power on (button still down)
Check that hub indicates link
Despite repeated attempts, I cannot get the Linux kernel v2.4.22 to
compile with SCSI support (which isn't surprising, since it's not included) --
regardless, I read on this mailing list that it is indeed possible to get USB
storage devices to work with the board (http://mhonarc.axis.se/dev-etrax/msg03231.html
but I can't get this to work for the life of me. As far as I know, the USB
keychain-type drives are SCSI-based...if there's no support for SCSI in
2.4.22, how did the previously mentioned poster get it to work? I'm a bit of a
neophyte, so detailed instructions are greatly appreciated.
Also, is there any way to tell if ktest has actually connected to the
board? It just says "starting boot..." interminably. Thanks in
advance for the assistance.